1. 26

    आमन्त्र्य तं मुनिवरमनुज्ञातः सहानुगः । प्रतस्थे रथमारुह्य सभार्यः स्वपुरं नृपः ।। ३-२२-२६ ।।

    After asking and obtaining the great sage’s permission to leave, the monarch mounted his chariot with his wife and started for his capital, followed by his retinue. ।। 3-22-26 ।।

  2. 27

    उभयोः ऋषिकुल्यायाः सरस्वत्याः सुरोधसोः । ऋषीणामुपशान्तानां पश्यन्नाश्रमसम्पदः ।। ३-२२-२७ ‌।।

    Along the way he saw the prosperity of the tranquil seers’ beautiful hermitages on both the charming banks of the Sarasvatī, the river so agreeable to saintly persons. ।। 3-22-27 ‌।।

  3. 28

    तमायान्तमभिप्रेत्य ब्रह्मावर्तात्प्रजाः पतिम् । गीतसंस्तुतिवादित्रैः प्रत्युदीयुः प्रहर्षिताः ।। ३-२२-२८ ।।

    Overjoyed to know of his arrival, his subjects came forth from Brahmāvarta to greet their returning lord with songs, prayers and musical instruments. ।। 3-22-28 ।।

  4. 29

    बर्हिष्मती नाम पुरी सर्वसम्पत्समन्विता । न्यपतन् यत्र रोमाणि यज्ञस्याङ्गं विधुन्वतः ।। ३-२२-२९ ।।

    The city of Barhiṣmatī, rich in all kinds of wealth, was so called because Lord Viṣṇu’s hair dropped there from His body when He manifested Himself as Lord Boar. As He shook His body, ।। 3-22-29 ।।

  5. 30

    कुशाः काशास्त एवासन् शश्वद्धरितवर्चसः । ऋषयो यैः पराभाव्य यज्ञघ्नान्यज्ञमीजिरे ।। ३-२२-३० ।।

    This very hair fell and turned into blades of evergreen kuśa grass and kāśa [another kind of grass used for mats], by means of which the sages worshiped Lord Viṣṇu after defeating the demons who had interfered with the performance of their sacrifices. ।। 3-22-30 ।।