badary-akhyam gato raja
sutam—his daughter; dattva—after delivering; anavadya-angim—having a perfect body; balaya—unto Lord Baladeva; bala-saline—unto the most powerful, the supreme powerful; badari-akhyam—named Badarikasrama; gatah—he went; raja—the King; taptum—to perform austerities; narayana-asramam—to the place of Nara-Narayana.
Thereafter, the King gave his most beautiful daughter in charity to the supremely powerful Baladeva and then retired from worldly life and went to Badarikasrama to please Nara-Narayana.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Ninth Canto, Third Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “The Marriage of Sukanya and Cyavana Muni.”
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