ta evam suvinirniya
dharmam bhagavatam nrpa
tam yamya-pasan nirmucya
vipram mrtyor amumucan
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; te—they (the order carriers of Lord Visnu); evam—thus; su-vinirniya—perfectly ascertaining; dharmam—real religion; bhagavatam—in terms of devotional service; nrpa—O King; tam—him (Ajamila); yamya-pasat—from the bondage of the order carriers of Yamaraja; nirmucya—releasing; vipram—the brahmana; mrtyoh—from death; amumucan—rescued.
Sri Sukadeva Gosvami continued: My dear King, having thus perfectly judged the principles of devotional service with reasoning and arguments, the order carriers of Lord Visnu released the brahmana Ajamila from the bondage of the Yamadutas and saved him from imminent death.
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