jagāda so ’smad-gurave ’nvitāya
parāśarāyātha bṛhaspateś ca
sāṅkhyāyanaḥ—the great sage Sāṅkhyāyana; pāramahaṁsya-mukhyaḥ—the chief of all transcendentalists; vivakṣamāṇaḥ—while reciting; bhagavat-vibhūtīḥ—the glories of the Lord; jagāda—explained; saḥ—he; asmat—of me; gurave—unto the spiritual master; anvitāya—followed; parāśarāya—unto the sage Parāśara; atha bṛhaspateḥ ca—also to Bṛhaspati.
The great sage Sāṅkhyāyana was the chief amongst the transcendentalists, and when he was describing the glories of the Lord in terms of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, it so happened that my spiritual master, Parāśara, and Bṛhaspati both heard him.
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