trayas-trimsac-chatam hy asvan
baddhva vismapayan nrpan
dausmantir atyagan mayam
devanam gurum ayayau
trayah—three; trimsat—thirty; satam—hundred; hi—indeed; asvan—horses; baddhva—arresting in the yajna; vismapayan—astonishing; nrpan—all other kings; dausmantih—the son of Maharaja Dusmanta; atyagat—surpassed; mayam—material opulences; devanam—of the demigods; gurum—the supreme spiritual master; ayayau—achieved.
Bharata, the son of Maharaja Dusmanta, bound thirty-three hundred horses for those sacrifices, and thus he astonished all other kings. He surpassed even the opulence of the demigods, for he achieved the supreme spiritual master, Hari.
One who achieves the lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead certainly surpasses all material wealth, even that of the demigods in the heavenly planets. Yam labdhva caparam labham manyate nadhikam tatah. The achievement of the lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead is the most exalted achievement in life.
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