hareh katham karana-sukaratmanah
punah sa papraccha tam udyatanjalir
na catitrpto viduro dhrta-vratah
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; nisamya—after hearing; kausaravina—by the sage Maitreya; upavarnitam—described; hareh—of the Personality of Godhead; katham—narrations; karana—for the reason of lifting the earth; sukara-atmanah—of the boar incarnation; punah—again; sah—he; papraccha—inquired; tam—from him (Maitreya); udyata-anjalih—with folded hands; na—never; ca—also; ati-trptah—very much satisfied; vidurah—Vidura; dhrta-vratah—taken to a vow.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: After hearing from the great sage Maitreya about the Lordís incarnation as Varaha, Vidura, who had taken a vow, begged him with folded hands to please narrate further transcendental activities of the Lord, since he [Vidura] did not yet feel satisfied.
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