TEXT 44
sri-suta uvaca
ittham sma prstah sa tu badarayanis
tat-smaritananta-hrtakhilendriyah
krcchrat punar labdha-bahir-drsih sanaih
pratyaha tam bhagavatottamottama
SYNONYMS
sri-sutah uvaca—Sri Suta Gosvami said; ittham—in this way; sma—in the past; prstah—being inquired from; sah—he; tu—indeed; badarayanih—Sukadeva Gosvami; tat—by him (Sukadeva Gosvami); smarita-ananta—as soon as Lord Krsna was remembered; hrta—lost in ecstasy; akhila-indriyah—all actions of the external senses; krcchrat—with great difficulty; punah—again; labdha-bahih-drsih—having revived his external sensory perception; sanaih—slowly; pratyaha—replied; tam—unto Maharaja Pariksit; bhagavata-uttama-uttama—O great saintly person, greatest of all devotees (Saunaka).
TRANSLATION
Suta Gosvami said: O Saunaka, greatest of saints and devotees, when Maharaja Pariksit inquired from Sukadeva Gosvami in this way, Sukadeva Gosvami, immediately remembering subject matters about Krsna within the core of his heart, externally lost contact with the actions of his senses. Thereafter, with great difficulty, he revived his external sensory perception and began to speak to Maharaja Pariksit about krsna-katha.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Tenth Canto, Twelfth Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled, “The Killing of the Demon Aghasura.”

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