api sva-dorbhyam vijayacyutabhyam
dharmena dharmah paripati setum
duryodhano ’tapyata yat-sabhayam
api—as also; sva-dorbhyam—own arms; vijaya—Arjuna; acyuta-bhyam—along with Sri Krsna; dharmena—on religious principles; dharmah—King Yudhisthira; paripati—maintains; setum—the respect of religion; duryodhanah—Duryodhana; atapyata—envied; yat—whose; sabhayam—royal assembly; samrajya—imperial; laksmya—opulence; vijaya-anuvrttya—by the service of Arjuna.
Also let me inquire whether Maharaja Yudhisthira is now maintaining the kingdom according to religious principles and with respect for the path of religion. Formerly Duryodhana was burning with envy because Yudhisthira was being protected by the arms of Krsna and Arjuna as if they were his own arms.
Maharaja Yudhisthira was the emblem of religion. When he was ruling his kingdom with the help of Lord Krsna and Arjuna, the opulence of his kingdom surpassed all imaginations of the opulence of the kingdom of heaven. His actual arms were Lord Krsna and Arjuna, and thus he surpassed everyone’s opulence. Duryodhana, being envious of this opulence, planned so many schemes to put Yudhisthira into difficulty, and at last the Battle of Kuruksetra was brought about. After the Battle of Kuruksetra, Maharaja Yudhisthira was again able to rule his legitimate kingdom, and he reinstated the principles of honor and respect for religion. That is the beauty of a kingdom ruled by a pious king like Maharaja Yudhisthira.
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