kālindyāḥ katibhiḥ siddha
yatra mitrā-suto muniḥ
kālindyāḥ—on the bank of the Yamunā; katibhiḥ—a few; siddhe—being so passed; ahobhiḥ—days; bharata-ṛṣabha—O best of the Bharata dynasty; prāpadyata—reached; svaḥ-saritam—the celestial water of the Ganges; yatra—where; mitrā-sutaḥ—the son of Mitra-; muniḥ—sage.
After passing a few days on the bank of the River Yamunā, Vidura, the self-realized soul, reached the bank of the Ganges, where the great sage Maitreya was situated.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Fourth Chapter, Third Canto, of the Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam, entitled “Vidura Approaches Maitreya.”
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