हुत्वाग्नीन् सत्कथाश्चक्रुरुपविष्टा: सरित्तटे ॥ ३६ ॥
hutvāgnīn sat-kathāś cakrur
ekadā — once upon a time; munayaḥ — all those great saintly persons; te — they; tu — then; sarasvat — of the river Sarasvatī; salila — in the water; āplutāḥ — bathed; hutvā — offering oblations; agnīn — into the fires; sat-kathāḥ — discussions about transcendental subject matters; cakruḥ — began to do; upaviṣṭāḥ — sitting; sarit-taṭe — by the side of the river.
Once upon a time, the same saintly persons, after taking their bath in the river Sarasvatī, began to perform their daily duties by offering oblations into the sacrificial fires. After this, sitting on the bank of the river, they began to talk about the transcendental person and His pastimes.