tapo-vanam gate tasmin
pravisto ’ntah-puram munih
sukhasina uvaca tam
tapah-vanam—the forest path where Dhruva Maharaja executed his austerity; gate—having thus approached; tasmin—there; pravistah—having entered; antah-puram—within the private house; munih—the great sage Narada; arhita—being worshiped; arhanakah—by respectful behavior; rajna—by the King; sukha-asinah—when he comfortably sat on his seat; uvaca—said; tam—unto him (the King).
After Dhruva entered Madhuvana Forest to execute devotional service, the great sage Narada thought it wise to go to the King to see how he was faring within the palace. When Narada Muni approached, the King received him properly, offering him due obeisances. After being seated comfortably, Narada began to speak.
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