gate sata-dhrtau ksattah
kardamas tena coditah
pradad visva-srjam tatah
gate—after he departed; sata-dhrtau—Lord Brahma; ksattah—O Vidura; kardamah—Kardama Muni; tena—by him; coditah—ordered; yatha-uditam—as told; sva-duhitrh—his own daughters; pradat—handed over; visva-srjam—to the creators of the world’s population; tatah—thereafter.
O Vidura, after the departure of Brahma, Kardama Muni, having been ordered by Brahma, handed over his nine daughters, as instructed, to the nine great sages who created the population of the world.
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