tata ādāya sā rājñā
kṣiptā rājan sarovare
tad āvṛtyātmanā so ’yaṁ
tataḥ—from there; ādāya—taking away; sā—the fish; rājñā—by the King; kṣiptā—being thrown; rājan—O King (Mahārāja Parīkṣit); sarovare—in a lake; tat—that; āvṛtya—covering; ātmanā—by the body; saḥ—the fish; ayam—this; mahā-mīnaḥ—gigantic fish; anvavardhata—immediately developed.
O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, the King took the fish from the well and threw Him in a lake, but the fish then assumed a gigantic form exceeding the extent of the water.
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