tam āsīnam akarmāṇaṁ
sva-sutaṁ devahūty āha
dhātuḥ saṁsmaratī vacaḥ
tam—to Him (Kapila); āsīnam—seated; akarmāṇam—at leisure; tattva—of the Absolute Truth; mārga-agra—the ultimate goal; darśanam—who could show; sva-sutam—her son; devahūtiḥ—Devahūti; āha—said; dhātuḥ—of Brahmā; saṁsmaratī—remembering; vacaḥ—the words.
When Kapila, who could show her the ultimate goal of the Absolute Truth, was sitting leisurely before her, Devahūti remembered the words Brahmā had spoken to her, and she therefore began to question Kapila as follows.
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