|Canto 6: Prescribed Duties for Mankind||Chapter 14: King Citraketu's Lamentation|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.14.27
ity arthitaḥ sa bhagavān
kṛpālur brahmaṇaḥ sutaḥ
śrapayitvā caruḿ tvāṣṭraḿ
tvaṣṭāram ayajad vibhuḥ
śrī-śukaḥ uvāca — Śrī Śukadeva Gosvāmī said; iti — thus; arthitaḥ — being requested; saḥ — he (Ańgirā Ṛṣi); bhagavān — the most powerful; kṛpāluḥ — being very merciful; brahmaṇaḥ — of Lord Brahmā; sutaḥ — a son (born of Lord Brahmā's mind); śrapayitvā — after causing to cook; carum — a specific oblation of sweetrice; tvāṣṭram — meant for the demigod known as Tvaṣṭā; tvaṣṭāram — Tvaṣṭā; ayajat — he worshiped; vibhuḥ — the great sage.
In response to the request of Mahārāja Citraketu, Ańgirā Ṛṣi, who was born of Lord Brahmā's mind, was very merciful toward him. Because the sage was a greatly powerful personality, he performed a sacrifice by offering oblations of sweetrice to Tvaṣṭā.
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