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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.41.42
tasya prasanno bhagavān
prādāt sārūpyam ātmanaḥ
śriyaḿ ca paramāḿ loke
tasya — with him; prasannaḥ — satisfied; bhagavān — the Supreme Lord; prādāt — granted; sārūpyam — the liberation of having the same form; ātmanaḥ — as Himself; śriyam — opulence; ca — and; paramām — supreme; loke — in this world; bala — physical strength; aiśvarya — influence; smṛti — strength of memory; indriyam — dexterity of the senses.
Pleased with the weaver, the Supreme Lord Kṛṣṇa blessed him that after death he would achieve the liberation of attaining a form like the Lord's, and that while in this world he would enjoy supreme opulence, physical strength, influence, memory and sensory vigor.
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