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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 8.16.2
ekadā kaśyapas tasyā
āśramaḿ bhagavān agāt
samādher virataś cirāt
ekadā — one day; kaśyapaḥ — the great sage Kaśyapa Muni; tasyāḥ — of Aditi; āśramam — to the shelter; bhagavān — greatly powerful; agāt — went; nirutsavam — without enthusiasm; nirānandam — without jubilation; samādheḥ — his trance; virataḥ — stopping; cirāt — after a long time.
After many, many days, the great powerful sage Kaśyapa Muni arose from a trance of meditation and returned home to see the āśrama of Aditi neither jubilant nor festive.
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