sa tu viprena samvadam
tyaktva kalevaram yogi
sa tenavapa yat param
sah—Maharaja Iksvaku; tu—indeed; viprena—with the brahmana (Vasistha); samvadam—discussion; jnapakena—with the informer; samacaran—doing accordingly; tyaktva—giving up; kalevaram—this body; yogi—being a bhakti-yogi in the order of renunciation; sah—the King; tena—by such instruction; avapa—achieved; yat—that position which; param—supreme.
Having been instructed by the great and learned brahmana Vasistha, who discoursed about the Absolute Truth, Maharaja Iksvaku became renounced. By following the principles for a yogi, he certainly achieved the supreme perfection after giving up his material body.
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