|Canto 4: Creation of the Fourth Order||Chapter 14: The Story of King Vena|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.14.30
iti te 'sat-kṛtās tena
tasmai vidura cukrudhuḥ
iti — thus; te — all the great sages; asat-kṛtāḥ — being insulted; tena — by the King; dvijāḥ — the brāhmaṇas; paṇḍita-māninā — thinking himself to be very learned; bhagnāyām — being broken; bhavya — auspicious; yācñāyām — their request; tasmai — at him; vidura — O Vidura; cukrudhuḥ — became very angry.
My dear Vidura, all good fortune unto you. The foolish King, who thought himself very learned, thus insulted the great sages, and the sages, being brokenhearted by the King's words, became very angry at him.
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