tatha ca bhadrasrava nama dharma-sutas tat-kula-patayah purusa bhadrasva-varse saksad bhagavato vasudevasya priyam tanum dharmamayim hayasirsabhidhanam paramena samadhina sannidhapyedam abhigrnanta upadhavanti.
sri-sukah uvaca—Sukadeva Gosvami said; tatha ca—similarly (just as Lord Siva worships Sankarsana in Ilavrta-varsa); bhadra-srava—Bhadrasrava; nama—known as; dharma-sutah—the son of Dharmaraja; tat—of him; kula-patayah—the chiefs of the dynasty; purusah—all the residents; bhadrasva-varse—in the land known as Bhadrasva-varsa; saksat—directly; bhagavatah—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; vasudevasya—of Lord Vasudeva; priyam tanum—very dear form; dharma-mayim—the director of all religious principles; hayasirsa-abhidhanam—the Lordís incarnation named Hayasirsa (also called Hayagriva); paramena samadhina—with the highest form of trance; sannidhapya—coming near; idam—this; abhigrnantah—chanting; upadhavanti—they worship.
Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said: Bhadrasrava, the son of Dharmaraja, rules the tract of land known as Bhadrasva-varsa. Just as Lord Siva worships Sankarsana in Ilavrta-varsa, Bhadrasrava, accompanied by his intimate servants and all the residents of the land, worships the plenary expansion of Vasudeva known as Hayasirsa. Lord Hayasirsa is very dear to the devotees, and He is the director of all religious principles. Fixed in the topmost trance, Bhadrasrava and his associates offer their respectful obeisances to the Lord and chant the following prayers with careful pronunciation.
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