ity uktaḥ so ’nayan matsyaṁ
jalāśaye ’sammitaṁ taṁ
samudre prākṣipaj jhaṣam
iti uktaḥ—thus being requested; saḥ—the King; anayat—brought; matsyam—the fish; tatra—therein; tatra—therein; avidāsini—where the water never diminishes; jala-āśaye—in the reservoir of water; asammitam—unlimited; tam—unto the fish; samudre—in the ocean; prākṣipat—threw; jhaṣam—the gigantic fish.
When thus requested, King Satyavrata took the fish to the largest reservoir of water. But when that also proved insufficient, the King at last threw the gigantic fish into the ocean.
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