nāṭyaṁ sugītaṁ vāditram
antardhānaṁ ca khecarāḥ
ṛṣayaś cāśiṣaḥ satyāḥ
samudraḥ śaṅkham ātmajam
nāṭyam—the art of drama; su-gītam—the art of singing sweet songs; vāditram—the art of playing musical instruments; antardhānam—the art of disappearing; ca—also; khe-carāḥ—demigods traveling in outer space; ṛṣayaḥ—the great sages; ca—also; āśiṣaḥ—blessings; satyāḥ—infallible; samudraḥ—the demigod of the ocean; śaṅkham—conchshell; ātma-jam—produced from himself.
The demigods who always travel in outer space gave King Pṛthu the arts to perform dramas, sing songs, play musical instruments and disappear at his will. The great sages also offered him infallible blessings. The ocean offered him a conchshell produced from the ocean.
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