pancame masy anuprapte
dhyayan brahma padaikena
tasthau sthanur ivacalah
pancame—in the fifth; masi—in the month; anuprapte—being situated; jita-svasah—and still controlling the breathing; nrpa-atmajah—the son of the King; dhyayan—meditating; brahma—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; pada ekena—with one leg; tasthau—stood; sthanuh—just like a column; iva—like; acalah—without movement.
By the fifth month, Maharaja Dhruva, the son of the King, had controlled his breathing so perfectly that he was able to stand on only one leg, just as a column stands, without motion, and concentrate his mind fully on the Parabrahman.
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