तेऽपि चान्वगमन् मार्गं भ्रातृणामेव मारिष ॥ ३२ ॥
te ’pi cānvagaman mārgaṁ
bhrātṝṇām eva māriṣa
etāvat — this much; uktvā — speaking; prayayau — departed from that place; nāradaḥ — the great sage Nārada; amogha-darśanaḥ — whose glance is all-auspicious; te — they; api — also; ca — and; anvagaman — followed; mārgam — the path; bhrātṝṇām — of their previous brothers; eva — indeed; māriṣa — O great Āryan king.
Śukadeva Gosvāmī continued: O best of the advanced Āryans, after saying this much to the sons of Prajāpati Dakṣa, Nārada Muni, whose merciful glance never goes in vain, left as he had planned. The sons of Dakṣa followed their elder brothers. Not attempting to produce children, they engaged themselves in Kṛṣṇa consciousness.