lalyamanam janair evam
dhruvam sabhrataram nrpah
aropya karinim hrstah
stuyamano ’visat puram
lalyamanam—being thus praised; janaih—by the people in general; evam—thus; dhruvam—Maharaja Dhruva; sa-bhrataram—with his brother; nrpah—the King; aropya—placing; karinim—on the back of a she-elephant; hrstah—being so pleased; stuyamanah—and being so praised; avisat—returned; puram—to his capital.
The sage Maitreya continued: My dear Vidura, when everyone was thus praising Dhruva Maharaja, the King was very happy, and he had Dhruva and his brother seated on the back of a she-elephant. Thus he returned to his capital, where he was praised by all classes of men.
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