rajnas tad vaca akarnya
narado bhagavan rsih
tustah praha tam abhasya
srnvatyas tat-sadah kathah
sri-badarayanih uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; rajnah—of the King (Yudhisthira); tat—those; vacah—words; akarnya—after hearing; naradah—Narada Muni; bhagavan—powerful; rsih—sage; tustah—being satisfied; praha—spoke; tam—him; abhasya—after addressing; srnvatyah tat-sadah—in the presence of the assembly members; kathah—the topics.
Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said: After hearing the request of Maharaja Yudhisthira, Narada Muni, the most powerful spiritual master, who knew everything, was very pleased. Thus he replied in the presence of everyone taking part in the yajna.
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