ity uktva nahuso jayam
tadiyam purave vayah
dattva sva-jarasam tasmad
iti uktva—saying this; nahusah—Maharaja Yayati, the son of King Nahusa; jayam—unto his wife, Devayani; tadiyam—his own; purave—unto his son Puru; vayah—youth; dattva—delivering; sva-jarasam—his own invalidity and old age; tasmat—from him; adade—took back; vigata-sprhah—being freed from all material lusty desires.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: After speaking in this way to his wife, Devayani, King Yayati, who was now free from all material desires, called his youngest son, Puru, and returned Puru’s youth in exchange for his own old age.
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