iti priyaṁ hitaṁ vākyaṁ
bhuva ādāya bhūpatiḥ
vatsaṁ kṛtvā manuṁ pāṇāv
iti—thus; priyam—pleasing; hitam—beneficial; vākyam—words; bhuvaḥ—of the earth; ādāya—taking into consideration; bhū-patiḥ—the King; vatsam—calf; kṛtvā—making; manum—Svāyambhuva Manu; pāṇau—in his hands; aduhat—milked; sakala—all; oṣadhīḥ—herbs and grains.
After hearing the auspicious and pleasing words of the planet earth, the King accepted them. He then transformed Svāyambhuva Manu into a calf and milked all the herbs and grains from the earth in the form of a cow, keeping them in his cupped hands.
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