SB 11.7.36

yato yad anuśikṣāmi
 yathā vā nāhuṣātmaja
tat tathā puruṣa-vyāghra
 nibodha kathayāmi te
Synonyms: 
yataḥ — from whom; yat — what; anuśikṣāmi — I have learned; yathā — how; — and; nāhuṣa-ātma-ja — O son of King Nāhuṣa (Yayāti); tat — that; tathā — thus; puruṣa-vyāghra — O tiger among men; nibodha — listen; kathayāmi — I will recount; te — to you.
Translation: 
Please listen, O son of Mahārāja Yayāti, O tiger among men, as I explain to you what I have learned from each of these gurus.