tam ucur munayah prita
rajan dhyayasva kesavam
sa vai nah sankatad asmad
avita sam vidhasyati
tam—unto the King; ucuh—said; munayah—all the saintly brahmanas; pritah—being pleased; rajan—O King; dhyayasva—meditate; kesavam—upon the Supreme Lord, Kesava; sah—His Lordship; vai—indeed; nah—us; sankatat—from the great danger; asmat—as now visible; avita—will save; sam—auspiciousness; vidhasyati—He will arrange.
The saintly brahmanas, being pleased with the King, said to him: O King, please meditate upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kesava. He will save us from this impending danger and arrange for our well-being.
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