dhruve prayuktam asurais
tam mayam atidustaram
nisamya tasya munayah
sam asamsan samagatah
dhruve—against Dhruva; prayuktam—inflicted; asuraih—by the demons; tam—that; mayam—mystic power; ati-dustaram—very dangerous; nisamya—after hearing; tasya—his; munayah—the great sages; sam—good fortune; asamsan—giving encouragement for; samagatah—assembled.
When the great sages heard that Dhruva Maharaja was overpowered by the illusory mystic tricks of the demons, they immediately assembled to offer him auspicious encouragement.
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