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ŚB 1.4.4
tasya — his; putraḥ — son; mahā-yogī — a great devotee; sama-dṛk — equibalanced; nirvikalpakaḥ — absolute monist; ekānta-matiḥ — …
ŚB 1.4.5
dṛṣṭvā — by seeing; anuyāntam — following; ṛṣim — the sage; ātmajam — his son; api — in spite of; …
ŚB 1.4.6
katham — how; ālakṣitaḥ — recognized; pauraiḥ — by the citizens; samprāptaḥ — reaching; kuru-jāṅgalān — the Kuru-jāṅgala provinces; unmatta …
ŚB 1.4.7
katham — how is it; vā — also; pāṇḍaveyasya — of the descendant of Pāṇḍu (Parīkṣit); rājarṣeḥ — of the …
ŚB 1.4.8
saḥ — he (Śukadeva Gosvāmī); go-dohana-mātram — only for the time of milking the cow; hi — certainly; gṛheṣu — …
ŚB 1.4.9
abhimanyu-sutam — the son of Abhimanyu; sūta — O Sūta; prāhuḥ — is said to be; bhāgavata-uttamam — the first-class …
ŚB 1.4.10
saḥ — he; samrāṭ — the Emperor; kasya — for what; vā — or; hetoḥ — reason; pāṇḍūnām — of …
ŚB 1.4.11
namanti — bow down; yat-pāda — whose feet; niketam — under; ātmanaḥ — own; śivāya — welfare; hānīya — used …
ŚB 1.4.12
śivāya — welfare; lokasya — of all living beings; bhavāya — for flourishing; bhūtaye — for economic development; ye — …
ŚB 1.4.13
tat — that; sarvam — all; naḥ — unto us; samācakṣva — clearly explain; pṛṣṭaḥ — questioned; yat iha — …
ŚB 1.4.14
sūtaḥ — Sūta Gosvāmī; uvāca — said; dvāpare — in the second millennium; samanuprāpte — on the advent of; tṛtīye …
ŚB 1.4.15
saḥ — he; kadācit — once; sarasvatyāḥ — on the bank of the Sarasvatī; upaspṛśya — after finishing morning ablutions; …