dhruvam nivrttam pratibuddhya vaisasad
apeta-manyum bhagavan dhanesvarah
samstuyamano nyavadat krtanjalim
maitreyah uvaca—Maitreya said; dhruvam—Dhruva Maharaja; nivrttam—ceased; pratibuddhya—having learned; vaisasat—from killing; apeta—subsided; manyum—anger; bhagavan—Kuvera; dhana-isvarah—master of the treasury; tatra—there; agatah—appeared; carana—by the Caranas; yaksa—Yaksas; kinnaraih—and by the Kinnaras; samstuyamanah—being worshiped; nyavadat—spoke; krta-anjalim—to Dhruva with folded hands.
The great sage Maitreya said: My dear Vidura, Dhruva Maharaja’s anger subsided, and he completely ceased killing Yaksas. When Kuvera, the most blessed master of the treasury, learned this news, he appeared before Dhruva. While being worshiped by Yaksas, Kinnaras and Caranas, he spoke to Dhruva Maharaja, who stood before him with folded hands.
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