drstva mahadbhutam raja
raja pandu-sutah kratau
muninam srnvatam idam
drstva—after seeing; maha-adbhutam—greatly wonderful; raja—the King; rajasuye—called Rajasuya; maha-kratau—at the great sacrifice; vasudeve—into Vasudeva; bhagavati—the Personality of Godhead; sayujyam—merging; cedibhu-bhujah—of Sisupala, the King of Cedi; tatra—there; asinam—seated; sura-rsim—Narada Muni; raja—the King; pandu-sutah—Yudhisthira, the son of Pandu; kratau—at the sacrifice; papraccha—asked; vismita-manah—being struck with wonder; muninam—in the presence of the sages; srnvatam—listening; idam—this.
O King, at the Rajasuya sacrifice, Maharaja Yudhisthira, the son of Maharaja Pandu, personally saw Sisupala merge into the body of the Supreme Lord, Krsna. Therefore, struck with wonder, he inquired about the reason for this from the great sage Narada, who was seated there. While he inquired, all the sages present also heard him ask his question.
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