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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.4.15
om ity ādeśam ādāya
natvā taḿ sura-vandinaḥ
puraskṛtya divaḿ yayuḥ
om iti — chanting oḿ to signify agreement; ādeśam — His order; ādāya — taking; natvā — offering obeisances; tam — to Him; sura — of the demigods; vandinaḥ — those servants; urvaśīm — Urvaśi; apsaraḥ-śreṣṭhām — the best of the Apsarās; puraḥ-kṛtya — placing in front (out of respect); divam — to heaven; yayuḥ — they returned.
Vibrating the sacred syllable oḿ, the servants of the demigods selected Urvaśī, the best of the Apsarās. Placing her in front of them out of respect, they returned to the heavenly planets.
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