ittham ādiśya rājānaṁ
so ’nvavaikṣata taṁ kālaṁ
yaṁ hṛṣīkeśa ādiśat
ittham—as aforementioned; ādiśya—instructing; rājānam—the King (Satyavrata); hariḥ—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; antaradhīyata—disappeared from that place; saḥ—he (the King); anvavaikṣata—began to wait for; tam kālam—that time; yam—which; hṛṣīka-īśaḥ—Lord Hṛṣīkeśa, the master of all the senses; ādiśat—instructed.
After thus instructing the King, the Supreme Personality of Godhead immediately disappeared. Then King Satyavrata began to wait for that time of which the Lord had instructed.
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