praśaṁsanti sma taṁ viprā
siddhā nṛtyanti svaḥ-striyaḥ
maitreyaḥ uvāca—the great saint Maitreya said; praśaṁsanti sma—praised, glorified; tam—him (Pṛthu); viprāḥ—all the brāhmaṇas; gandharva-pravarāḥ—the best of the Gandharvas; jaguḥ—chanted; mumucuḥ—released; sumanaḥ-dhārāḥ—showers of flowers; siddhāḥ—the personalities from Siddhaloka; nṛtyanti—were dancing; svaḥ—of the heavenly planets; striyaḥ—women (the Apsarās).
The great sage Maitreya continued: My dear Vidurajī, at that time all the brāhmaṇas highly praised and glorified King Pṛthu, and the best singers of Gandharvaloka chanted his glories. The inhabitants of Siddhaloka showered flowers, and the beautiful women in the heavenly planets danced in ecstasy.
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