|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 55: The History of Pradyumna|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.55.5
taḿ śambarāya kaivartā
sūdā mahānasaḿ nītvā-
tam — it (the fish); śambarāya — to Śambara; kaivartāḥ — the fishermen; upājahruḥ — presented; upāyanam — the offering; sūdāḥ — the cooks; mahānasam — to the kitchen; nītvā — bringing; avadyan — cut it up; sudhitinā — with a butcher knife; adbhutam — amazing.
The fishermen presented that extraordinary fish to Śambara, who had his cooks bring it to the kitchen, where they began cutting it up with a butcher knife.
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