|Canto 3: The Status Quo||Chapter 23: Devahūti's Lamentation|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 3.23.35
bhartuḥ purastād ātmānaḿ
bhartuḥ — of her husband; purastāt — in the presence; ātmānam — herself; strī-sahasra — by a thousand maids; vṛtam — surrounded; tadā — then; niśāmya — seeing; tat — his; yoga-gatim — yogic power; saḿśayam pratyapadyata — she was amazed.
She was amazed to find herself surrounded by a thousand maids in the presence of her husband and to witness his yogic power.
Devahūti saw everything miraculously done, yet when brought before her husband she could understand that it was all due to his great yogic mystic power. She understood that nothing was impossible for a yogī like Kardama Muni.
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