tat-padau duhkhito ’grahit
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; evam—in this way; bhagavata adistah—being ordered by the Supreme Personality of Godhead; durvasah—the great mystic yogi named Durvasa; cakra-tapitah—being very much harassed by the Sudarsana cakra; ambarisam—unto Maharaja Ambarisa; upavrtya—approaching; tat-padau—at his lotus feet; duhkhitah—being very much aggrieved; agrahit—he caught.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: When thus advised by Lord Visnu, Durvasa Muni, who was very much harassed by the Sudarsana cakra, immediately approached Maharaja Ambarisa. Being very much aggrieved, the muni fell down and clasped the King’s lotus feet.
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