srutva sva-dhamno ’nty aja agato ’cirad
drstva mahisasya jagama vismayam
tat—that celebration performed by the demigods in the upper planetary system; adbhuta—wonderful; stotra—prayers; su-vadya—glorious musical sounds of drums and other instruments; gitika—celestial songs; jaya-adi—sounds of jaya, etc.; na-eka-utsava—celebrations simply for glorifying the Supreme Personality of Godhead; mangala-svanan—transcendental sounds auspicious for everyone; srutva—hearing such sounds; sva-dhamnah—from his abode; anti—nearby; ajah—Lord Brahma; agatah—coming there; acirat—very soon; drstva—seeing; mahi—the glorification; isasya—of Lord Krsna; jagama vismayam—became astonished.
When Lord Brahma heard the wonderful ceremony going on near his planet, accompanied by music and songs and sounds of “Jaya! Jaya!” he immediately came down to see the function. Upon seeing so much glorification of Lord Krsna, he was completely astonished.
Here the word anti means “near,” indicating that even in the higher planetary systems near Brahmaloka, like Maharloka, Janaloka and Tapoloka, the festival of glorification of Lord Krsna was going on.
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