tayor evam kathayatoh
pariksin nama rajarsih
praptah pracim sarasvatim
tayoh—between them; evam—thus; kathayatoh—engaged in conversation; prthivi—earth; dharmayoh—and the personality of religion; tada—at that time; pariksit—King Pariksit; nama—of the name; raja-rsih—a saint amongst kings; praptah—arrived; pracim—flowing towards the east; sarasvatim—River Sarasvati.
While the earth and the personality of religion were thus engaged in conversation, the saintly King Pariksit reached the shore of the Sarasvati River, which flowed towards the east.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the First Canto, Sixteenth Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled "How Pariksit Received the Age of Kali."
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