evam svayambhuvah pautram
anusasya manur dhruvam
rsibhih sva-puram yayau
evam—thus; svayambhuvah—Lord Svayambhuva Manu; pautram—to his grandson; anusasya—after giving instruction; manuh—Lord Manu; dhruvam—to Dhruva Maharaja; tena—by him; abhivanditah—being offered obeisances to; sakam—together; rsibhih—with the sages; sva-puram—to his own abode; yayau—went.
Thus Svayambhuva Manu, after giving instruction to Dhruva Maharaja, his grandson, received respectful obeisances from him. Then Lord Manu and the great sages went back to their respective homes.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Fourth Canto, Eleventh Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “Svayambhuva Manu Advises Dhruva Maharaja to Stop Fighting.”
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