yayau dvaravatim brahman
sarjuno yadubhir vrtah
tatah—thereafter; rajna—by the King; abhyanujnatah—being permitted; krsnaya—as well as by Draupadi; saha—along with; bandhubhih—other relatives; yayau—went to; dvaravatim—Dvarakadhama; brahman—O brahmanas; sa-arjunah—along with Arjuna; yadubhih—by the members of the Yadu dynasty; vrtah—surrounded.
O Saunaka, thereafter the Lord, having bade farewell to King Yudhisthira, Draupadi and other relatives, started for the city of Dvaraka, accompanied by Arjuna and other members of the Yadu dynasty.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the First Canto, Twelfth Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled "Birth of Emperor Pariksit."
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