ta evam utsanna-bhaya urukrame
krtavanamah prayayus tri-vistapam
sahasrasirsapi tato garutmata
madhor vanam bhrtya-didrksaya gatah
maitreyah uvaca—the great sage Maitreya continued; te—the demigods; evam—thus; utsanna-bhayah—being freed from all fears; urukrame—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead, whose actions are uncommon; krta-avanamah—they offered their obeisances; prayayuh—they returned; tri-vistapam—to their respective heavenly planets; sahasra-sirsa api—also the Personality of Godhead known as Sahasrasirsa; tatah—from there; garutmata—getting up on the back of Garuda; madhoh vanam—the forest known as Madhuvana; bhrtya—servant; didrksaya—wishing to see him; gatah—went.
The great sage Maitreya told Vidura: When the demigods were thus reassured by the Personality of Godhead, they were freed from all fears, and after offering their obeisances, they returned to their heavenly planets. Then the Lord, who is nondifferent from the Sahasrasirsa incarnation, got on the back of Garuda, who carried Him to the Madhuvana Forest to see His servant Dhruva.
The word sahasrasirsa refers to the Personality of Godhead known as Garbhodakasayi Visnu. Although the Lord appeared as Ksirodakasayi Visnu, He has been described here as Sahasrasirsa Visnu because He is nondifferent from Garbhodakasayi Visnu. According to Srila Sanatana Gosvami in his Bhagavatamrta, the Sahasrasirsa Personality of Godhead who appeared at that time was the incarnation known as Prsnigarbha. He created the planet known as Dhruvaloka for the habitation of Dhruva Maharaja.
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