|Canto 5: The Creative Impetus||Chapter 2: The Activities of Mahārāja Āgnīdhra|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 5.2.18
sā ca tatas tasya vīra-yūtha-pater buddhi-śīla-rūpa-vayaḥ-śriyaudāryeṇa parākṣipta-manās tena sahāyutāyuta-parivatsaropalakṣaṇaḿ kālaḿ jambūdvīpa-patinā bhauma-svarga-bhogān bubhuje
sā — she; ca — also; tataḥ — thereafter; tasya — of him; vīra-yūtha-pateḥ — the master of heroes; buddhi — by the intelligence; śīla — behavior; rūpa — beauty; vayaḥ — youth; śriyā — opulence; audāryeṇa — and by the magnanimity; parākṣipta — attracted; manāḥ — her mind; tena saha — with him; ayuta — ten thousand; ayuta — ten thousand; parivatsara — years; upalakṣaṇam — extending; kālam — time; jambūdvīpa-patinā — with the King of Jambūdvīpa; bhauma — earthly; svarga — heavenly; bhogān — pleasures; bubhuje — enjoyed.
Attracted by the intelligence, learning, youth, beauty, behavior, opulence and magnanimity of Āgnīdhra, the King of Jambūdvīpa and master of all heroes, Pūrvacitti lived with him for many thousands of years and luxuriously enjoyed both worldly and heavenly happiness.
By the grace of Lord Brahmā, King Āgnīdhra and the heavenly girl. Pūrvacitti, found their union quite suitable. Thus they enjoyed worldly and heavenly happiness for many thousands of years.
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