parajita-srir asubhis ca hapito
hindrena rajan bhrgubhih sa jivitah
sarvatmana tan abhajad bhrgun balih
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; parajita—being defeated; srih—opulences; asubhih ca—of life also; hapitah—deprived; hi—indeed; indrena—by King Indra; rajan—O King; bhrgubhih—by the descendants of Bhrgu Muni; sah—he (Bali Maharaja); jivitah—brought back to life; sarva-atmana—in full submission; tan—them; abhajat—worshiped; bhrgun—the descendants of Bhrgu Muni; balih—Maharaja Bali; sisyah—a disciple; mahatma—the great soul; artha-nivedanena—by giving them everything.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: O King, when Bali Maharaja lost all his opulence and died in the fight, Sukracarya, a descendant of Bhrgu Muni, brought him back to life. Because of this, the great soul Bali Maharaja became a disciple of Sukracarya and began to serve him with great faith, offering everything he had.
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