iti samstuvato rajno
asamyat sarvato vipram
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; iti—thus; samstuvatah—being prayed to; rajnah—by the King; visnu-cakram—the disc weapon of Lord Visnu; sudarsanam—of the name Sudarsana cakra; asamyat—became no longer disturbing; sarvatah—in every respect; vipram—unto the brahmana; pradahat—causing to burn; raja—of the King; yacnaya—by the begging.
Sukadeva Gosvami continued: When the King offered prayers to the Sudarsana cakra and Lord Visnu, because of his prayers the Sudarsana cakra became peaceful and stopped burning the brahmana known as Durvasa Muni.
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