|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 36: The Slaying of Arista, the Bull Demon|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.36.27
gṛhītvā pāṇinā pāṇiḿ
tato 'krūram uvāca ha
iti — with these words; ājñāpya — ordering; artha — of personal interest and advantage; tantra — of the doctrine; jñaḥ — the knower; āhūya — calling for; yadu-puńgavam — the most eminent of the Yadus; gṛhītvā — taking; pāṇinā — with his own hand; pāṇim — his hand; tataḥ — then; akrūram — to Akrūra; uvāca ha — he said.
Having thus commanded his ministers, Kaḿsa next called for Akrūra, the most eminent of the Yadus. Kaḿsa knew the art of securing personal advantage, and thus he took Akrūra's hand in his own and spoke to him as follows.
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