iti bruvanam nrpatim jagat-patih
satyavratam matsya-vapur yuga-ksaye
vihartu-kamah pralayarnave ’bravic
cikirsur ekanta-jana-priyah priyam
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; iti—thus; bruvanam—speaking like that; nrpatim—unto the King; jagat-patih—the master of the entire universe; satyavratam—unto Satyavrata; matsya-vapuh—the Lord, who had assumed the form of a fish; yuga-ksaye—at the end of a yuga; vihartu-kamah—to enjoy His own pastimes; pralaya-arnave—in the water of inundation; abravit—said; cikirsuh—desiring to do; ekanta-jana-priyah—most beloved by the devotees; priyam—something very beneficial.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: When King Satyavrata spoke in this way, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who at the end of the yuga had assumed the form of a fish to benefit His devotee and enjoy His pastimes in the water of inundation, responded as follows.
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