1. 16

    यन्नामश्रुतिमात्रेण पुमान् भवति निर्मलः । तस्य तीर्थपदः किं वा दासानामवशिष्यते ।। ९-५-१६ ।।

    What is impossible for the servants of the Lord? By the very hearing of His holy name one is purified. ।। 9-5-16 ।।

  2. 17

    राजन्ननुगृहीतोऽहं त्वयातिकरुणात्मना । मदघं पृष्ठतः कृत्वा प्राणा यन्मेऽभिरक्षिताः ।। ९-५-१७ ।।

    O King, overlooking my offenses, you have saved my life. Thus I am very much obliged to you because you are so merciful. ।। 9-5-17 ।।

  3. 18

    राजा तमकृताहारः प्रत्यागमनकाङ्क्षया । चरणावुपसङ्गृह्य प्रसाद्य समभोजयत् ।। ९-५-१८ ।।

    Expecting the return of Durvāsā Muni, the King had not taken his food. Therefore, when the sage returned, the King fell at his lotus feet, pleasing him in all respects, and fed him sumptuously. ।। 9-5-18 ।।

  4. 19

    सोऽशित्वाऽऽदृतमानीतमातिथ्यं सार्वकामिकम् । तृप्तात्मा नृपतिं प्राह भुज्यतामिति सादरम् ।। ९-५-१९ ।।

    Thus the King respectfully received Durvāsā Muni, who after eating varieties of palatable food was so satisfied that with great affection he requested the King to eat also, saying, “Please take your meal.” ।। 9-5-19 ।।

  5. 20

    प्रीतोऽस्म्यनुगृहीतोऽस्मि तव भागवतस्य वै । दर्शनस्पर्शनालापैरातिथ्येनात्ममेधसा ।। ९-५-२० ।।

    Durvāsā Muni said: I am very pleased with you, my dear King. At first I thought of you as an ordinary human being and accepted your hospitality, but later I could understand, by my own intelligence, that you are the most exalted devotee of the Lord. Therefore, simply by seeing you, touching your feet and talking with you, I have been pleased and have become obliged to you. ।। 9-5-20 ।।