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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.18.31
evaḿ śuśrūṣitas tāta
bhagavān kaśyapaḥ striyā
ditim āhābhinandya ca
evam — thus; śuśrūṣitaḥ — being served; tāta — O dear one; bhagavān — the powerful; kaśyapaḥ — Kaśyapa; striyā — by the woman; prahasya — smiling; parama-prītaḥ — being very pleased; ditim — to Diti; āha — said; abhinandya — approving; ca — also.
O my dear one, the most powerful sage Kaśyapa, being extremely pleased by the mild behavior of his wife Diti, smiled and spoke to her as follows.
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