saryatir manavo raja
brahmisthah sambabhuva ha
yo va angirasam satre
dvitiyam ahar ucivan
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; saryatih—the king named Saryati; manavah—the son of Manu; raja—ruler; brahmisthah—completely in awareness of Vedic knowledge; sambabhuva ha—so he became; yah—one who; va—either; angirasam—of the descendants of Angira; satre—in the arena of sacrifice; dvitiyam ahah—the functions to be performed on the second day; ucivan—narrated.
Sri Sukadeva Gosvami continued: O King, Saryati, another son of Manu, was a ruler completely aware of Vedic knowledge. He gave instructions about the functions for the second day of the yajna to be performed by the descendants of Angira.
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