evam uktva sa devarsir
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami continued to speak; evam uktva—thus uttering; sah—he; devarsih—the greatest saintly person, Narada; gatah—left that place; narayana-asramam—for his own asrama, known as Narayana-asrama; nalakuvara—Nalakuvara; manigrivau—and Manigriva; asatuh—remained there to become; yamala-arjunau—twin arjuna trees.
Sukadeva Gosvami continued: Having thus spoken, the great saint Devarsi Narada returned to his asrama, known as Narayana-asrama, and Nalakuvara and Manigriva became twin arjuna trees.
Arjuna trees are still found in many forests, and their skin is used by cardiologists to prepare medicine for heart trouble. This means that even though they are trees, they are disturbed when skinned for medical science.
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