samparete pitari nava bhrataro meru-duhitrr merudevim pratirupam ugradamstrim latam ramyam syamam narim bhadram devavitim iti samjna navodavahan.
samparete pitari—after the departure of their father; nava—nine; bhratarah—brothers; meru-duhitrh—the daughters of Meru; merudevim—Merudevi; prati-rupam—Pratirupa; ugra-damstrim—Ugradamstri; latam—Lata; ramyam—Ramya; syamam—Syama; narim—Nari; bhadram—Bhadra; deva-vitim—Devaviti; iti—thus; samjnah—the names; nava—nine; udavahan—married.
After the departure of their father, the nine brothers married the nine daughters of Meru named Merudevi, Pratirupa, Ugradamstri, Lata, Ramya, Syama, Nari, Bhadra and Devaviti.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Fifth Canto, Second Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “The Activities of Maharaja Agnidhra.”
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