praticcha prayato mama
yam dharayan sapta-ratrad
drasta sankarsanam vibhum
sri-naradah uvaca—Sri Narada Muni said; etam—this; mantra-upanisadam—Upanisad in the form of a mantra by which one can achieve the highest goal of life; praticcha—accept; prayatah—with great attention (after finishing the funeral ceremony of your dead son); mama—from me; yam—which; dharayan—accepting; sapta-ratrat—after seven nights; drasta—you will see; sankarsanam—the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Sankarsana; vibhum—the Lord.
The great sage Narada continued: My dear King, attentively receive from me a mantra, which is most auspicious. After accepting it from me, in seven nights you will be able to see the Lord face to face.
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