tasmin sva asrame vyaso
asino 'pa upasprsya
pranidadhyau manah svayam
tasmin—in that (asrama); sve—own; asrame—in the cottage; vyasah—Vyasadeva; badari—berry; sanda—trees; mandite—surrounded by; asinah—sitting; apah upasprsya—touching water; pranidadhyau—concentrated; manah—the mind; svayam—himself.
In that place, Srila Vyasadeva, in his own asrama, which was surrounded by berry trees, sat down to meditate after touching water for purification.
Under instructions of his spiritual master Srila Narada Muni, Vyasadeva concentrated his mind in that transcendental place of meditation.
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