asvamedhais tribhir vibhuh
so ’pi ksmam anujai raksan
reme krsnam anuvratah
ayajayat—made to perform; dharma-sutam—by the son of Dharma (Maharaja Yudhisthira); asvamedhaih—by horse sacrifices; tribhih—three; vibhuh—the Supreme Lord; sah—Maharaja Yudhisthira; api—also; ksmam—the earth; anujaih—assisted by his younger brothers; raksan—protecting; reme—enjoyed; krsnam—Krsna, the Personality of Godhead; anuvratah—constant follower.
The Supreme Lord induced the son of Dharma to perform three horse sacrifices, and Maharaja Yudhisthira, constantly following Krsna, the Personality of Godhead, protected and enjoyed the earth, assisted by his younger brothers.
Maharaja Yudhisthira was the ideal monarchical representative on the earth because he was a constant follower of the Supreme Lord, Sri Krsna. As stated in the Vedas (Isopanisad), the Lord is the proprietor of the entire manifested cosmic creation, which presents a chance for the conditioned souls to revive their eternal relationship with the Lord and thus go back to Godhead, back home. The whole system of the material world is arranged with that program and plan. Anyone who violates the plan is punished by the law of nature, which is acting by the direction of the Supreme Lord. Maharaja Yudhisthira was installed on the throne of the earth as a representative of the Lord. The king is always expected to be the representative of the Lord. Perfect monarchy necessitates representation of the supreme will of the Lord, and Maharaja Yudhisthira was the ideal monarch on this supreme principle. both the King and the subjects were happy in the discharge of worldly duties, and thus protection of the citizens and enjoyment of natural life, with full cooperation of material nature, followed in the reign of Maharaja Yudhisthira and his worthy descendants like Maharaja Pariksit.
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