धर्मान् भागवतानित्थं श्रुत्वाथ मिथिलेश्वर: ।
जायन्तेयान् मुनीन् प्रीत: सोपाध्यायो ह्यपूजयत् ॥ ४३ ॥
dharmān bhāgavatān itthaṁ
jāyanteyān munīn prītaḥ
sopādhyāyo hy apūjayat
śrī-nāradaḥ uvāca — Nārada Muni said; dharmān bhāgavatān — the science of devotional service to the Supreme Personality of Godhead; ittham — in this manner; śrutvā — having heard; atha — then; mithilā-īśvaraḥ — the master of the kingdom of Mithilā, King Nimi; jāyanteyān — to the sons of Jayantī; munīn — sages; prītaḥ — being satisfied; sa-upādhyāyaḥ — along with the priests; hi — indeed; apūjayat — he offered worship.
Nārada Muni said: Having thus heard the science of devotional service, Nimi, the King of Mithilā, felt extremely satisfied and, along with the sacrificial priests, offered respectful worship to the sagacious sons of Jayantī.
The word jāyanteyān indicates the nine Yogendras, who were born from the womb of Jayantī, the wife of Ṛṣabhadeva.