- taṁ kaścit svīkariṣyantaṁ
- puruṣaḥ kṛṣṇa-darśanaḥ
- uvācottarato 'bhyetya
- mamedaṁ vāstukaṁ vasu
tam—unto Nābhāga; kaścit—someone; svīkariṣyantam—while accepting the riches given by the great sages; puruṣaḥ—a person; kṛṣṇa-darśanaḥ—black-looking; uvāca—said; uttarataḥ—from the north; abhyetya—coming; mama—my; idam—these; vāstukam—remnants of the sacrifice; vasu—all the riches.
Thereafter, while Nābhāga was accepting the riches, a black-looking person from the north came to him and said, "All the wealth from this sacrificial arena belongs to me."