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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 8.18.8
prītāś cāpsaraso 'nṛtyan
tuṣṭuvur munayo devā
manavaḥ pitaro 'gnayaḥ
prītāḥ — being very pleased; ca — also; apsarasaḥ — the celestial dancing girls; anṛtyan — danced; gandharva-pravarāḥ — the best of the Gandharvas; jaguḥ — sang; tuṣṭuvuḥ — satisfied the Lord by offering prayers; munayaḥ — the great sages; devāḥ — the demigods; manavaḥ — the Manus; pitaraḥ — the inhabitants of Pitṛloka; agnayaḥ — the fire-gods.
Being very pleased, the celestial dancing girls [Apsarās] danced in jubilation, the best of the Gandharvas sang songs, and the great sages, demigods, Manus, Pitās and fire-gods offered prayers to satisfy the Lord.
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