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Then, Indradyumna, who wanted to see Narayana, adored by the highest samAdhi, Him who had controlled all senses (hRSIkes’a) and Who destroyed the pain of those who bowed to him. After many days (tithis) that great yOgI Vishnu, who pervades the world, Himself appeared.
Having seen that unchanging Vishnu, who had come there so auspiciously, Indradyumna, touched the earth with his knees and praised the One who had Garuda on his flag.
I have reproduced the stuti below in devanagari for those who want to use it in their own prayers. Also, since the names are already explained in Vishnu Sahasranamam, I am not translating them again here at this time. You may use this dictionary also : http://spokensanskrit.de/
Thus touched by Vishnu, Indradyumna understood the ultimate tattva by His grace.
So delighted was he, that he reverently fell at the feet of one who is the refuge of all who are born, and addressed the yellow attired, lotus eyed One.
He said, “O the best puruSa, by our grace, I have received that unique knowledge of the brahman, free from doubts which gives the ultimate joy. Now tell me O jaganmaya, yogEs’a, what should I do? I salute you O Bhagvaan Vasudeva!”
Having heard him, nArAyaNa, the husband of mA (Lakshmi), smilingly spoke this sentence for the benefit of the world!
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