kavih kaniyan visayesu nihsprho
visrjya rajyam saha bandhubhir vanam
nivesya citte purusam sva-rocisam
vivesa kaisora-vayah param gatah
kavih—another son, known as Kavi; kaniyan—who was the youngest; visayesu—in material enjoyments; nihsprhah—being without attachment; visrjya—after giving up; rajyam—his fatherís property, the kingdom; saha bandhubhih—accompanied by friends; vanam—the forest; nivesya—keeping always; citte—within the core of the heart; purusam—the Supreme Person; sva-rocisam—self-effulgent; vivesa—entered; kaisora-vayah—a young man not fully in youth; param—the transcendental world; gatah—entered.
Being reluctant to accept material enjoyment, Manuís youngest son, whose name was Kavi, gave up the kingdom before attaining full youth. Accompanied by his friends, he went to the forest, always thinking of the self-effulgent Supreme Personality of Godhead within the core of his heart. Thus he attained perfection.
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