savrīḍa iva taṁ samrāḍ
upāratam uvāca ha
maitreyaḥ—the great sage Maitreya; uvāca—said; evam—thus; āviṣkṛta—having been described; aśeṣa—all; guṇa—of the virtues; karma—of the activities; udayaḥ—the greatness; munim—the great sage; sa-vrīḍaḥ—feeling modest; iva—as though; tam—him (Kardama); samrāṭ—Emperor Manu; upāratam—silent; uvāca ha—addressed.
Śrī Maitreya said: After describing the greatness of the Emperor’s manifold qualities and activities, the sage became silent, and the Emperor, feeling modesty, addressed him as follows.
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