sa tasmin bhavanottame
lalito nitaram pitra
nyavasad divi devavat
maha-mani—greatly valuable jewels; vrata—groups of; maye—bedecked with; sah—he (Dhruva Maharaja); tasmin—in that; bhavana-uttame—brilliant house; lalitah—being raised; nitaram—always; pitra—by the father; nyavasat—lived there; divi—in the higher planetary systems; deva-vat—like the demigods.
Dhruva Maharaja thereafter lived in his father’s palace, which had walls bedecked with highly valuable jewels. His affectionate father took particular care of him, and he dwelled in that house just as the demigods live in their palaces in the higher planetary systems.
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