atha tasyośatīṁ devīm
teṣām ātmāpy atṛpyata
brahmā—Lord Brahmā; uvāca—said; atha—now; tasya—of the Supreme Lord; uśatīm—lovely; devīm—shining; ṛṣi-kulyām—like a series of Vedic hymns; sarasvatīm—speech; na—not; āsvādya—hearing; manyu—anger; daṣṭānām—bitten; teṣām—of those sages; ātmā—the mind; api—even though; atṛpyata—satiated.
Brahmā continued: Even though the sages had been bitten by the serpent of anger, their souls were not satiated with hearing the Lord’s lovely and illuminating speech, which was like a series of Vedic hymns.
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