1. 51

    अग्रहीदासनं भ्रात्रा प्रणिपत्य प्रसादितः । प्रजाः स्वधर्मनिरता वर्णाश्रमगुणान्विताः । जुगोप पितृवद्रामो मेनिरे पितरं च तम् ।। ९-१०-५१ ।।

    Being pleased by the full surrender and submission of Lord Bharata, Lord Rāmacandra then accepted the throne of the state. He cared for the citizens exactly like a father, and the citizens, being fully engaged in their occupational duties of varṇa and āśrama, accepted Him as their father. ।। 9-10-51 ।।

  2. 52

    त्रेतायां वर्तमानायां कालः कृतसमोऽभवत् । रामे राजनि धर्मज्ञे सर्वभूतसुखावहे ।। ९-१०-५२ ।।

    Lord Rāmacandra became King during Tretā-yuga, but because of His good government, the age was like Satya-yuga. Everyone was religious and completely happy. ।। 9-10-52 ।।

  3. 53

    वनानि नद्यो गिरयो वर्षाणि द्वीपसिन्धवः । सर्वे कामदुघा आसन् प्रजानां भरतर्षभ ।। ९-१०-५३ ।।

    O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, best of the Bharata dynasty, during the reign of Lord Rāmacandra the forests, the rivers, the hills and mountains, the states, the seven islands and the seven seas were all favorable in supplying the necessities of life for all living beings. ।। 9-10-53 ।।

  4. 54

    नाधिव्याधिजराग्लानिदुःखशोकभयक्लमाः । मृत्युश्चानिच्छतां नासीद्रामे राजन्यधोक्षजे ।। ९-१०-५४ ।।

    When Lord Rāmacandra, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, was the King of this world, all bodily and mental suffering, disease, old age, bereavement, lamentation, distress, fear and fatigue were completely absent. There was even no death for those who did not want it. ।। 9-10-54 ।।

  5. 55

    एकपत्नीव्रतधरो राजर्षिचरितः शुचिः । स्वधर्मं गृहमेधीयं शिक्षयन् स्वयमाचरत् ।। ९-१०-५५ ।।

    Lord Rāmacandra took a vow to accept only one wife and have no connection with any other women. He was a saintly king, and everything in His character was good, untinged by qualities like anger. He taught good behavior for everyone, especially for householders, in terms of varṇāśrama-dharma. Thus He taught the general public by His personal activities. ।। 9-10-55 ।।