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etan nisamya muninabhihitam pariksid
vyasatmajena nikhilatma-drsa samena
tat-pada-mulam upasrtya natena murdhna
baddhañjalis tam idam aha sa visnuratah
Suta Gosvami said: After hearing all that was narrated to him by the self-realized and equipoised Sukadeva, the son of Vyasadeva, Maharaja Pariksit humbly approached his lotus feet. Bowing his head down upon the sage’s feet, the King, who had lived his entire life under the protection of Lord Visnu, folded his hands in supplication and spoke as follows.
According to Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura, some of the sages present while Sukadeva was instructing King Pariksit were impersonalist philosophers. Thus the word samena indicates that in the previous chapter Sukadeva Gosvami had spoken the philosophy of self-realization in a way pleasing to such intellectual yogis.