ekada kasyapas tasya
asramam bhagavan agat
samadher viratas cirat
ekada—one day; kasyapah—the great sage Kasyapa Muni; tasyah—of Aditi; asramam—to the shelter; bhagavan—greatly powerful; agat—went; nirutsavam—without enthusiasm; niranandam—without jubilation; samadheh—his trance; viratah—stopping; cirat—after a long time.
After many, many days, the great powerful sage Kasyapa Muni arose from a trance of meditation and returned home to see the asrama of Aditi neither jubilant nor festive.
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