mahendrah slaksnaya vaca
santvayitva maha-matih
abhyabhasata tat sarvam
siksitam purusottamat
maha-indrah—the King of heaven, Indra; slaksnaya—very mild; vaca—by words; santvayitva—pleasing Bali Maharaja very much; maha-matih—the most intelligent person; abhyabhasata—addressed; tat—that; sarvam—everything; siksitam—that was learned; purusa-uttamat—from Lord Visnu.
After pleasing Bali Maharaja with mild words, Lord Indra, the King of the demigods, who was most intelligent, very politely submitted all the proposals he had learned from the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Visnu.

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