iti pramuditah puruh
pratyagrhnaj jaram pituh
so ’pi tad-vayasa kaman
yathavaj jujuse nrpa
iti—in this way; pramuditah—very pleased; puruh—Puru; pratyagrhnat—accepted; jaram—the old age and invalidity; pituh—of his father; sah—that father (Yayati); api—also; tat-vayasa—by the youth of his son; kaman—all desires; yatha-vat—as required; jujuse—satisfied; nrpa—O Maharaja Pariksit.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: In this way, O Maharaja Pariksit, the son named Puru was very pleased to accept the old age of his father, Yayati, who took the youth of his son and enjoyed this material world as he required.
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