1. 11

    वासुदेवे भगवति सर्वात्मनि परेऽमले । एकान्तित्वं गतो भक्त्या सर्वभूतसुहृत्समः ।। ९-२-११ ।।

    Thereafter, Pṛṣadhra gained relief from all responsibilities, became peaceful in mind, and established control over all his senses. Being unaffected by material conditions, being pleased with whatever was available by the grace of the Lord to maintain body and soul together, and being equal toward everyone,।। 9-2-11 ।।

  2. 12

    विमुक्तसङ्गः शान्तात्मा संयताक्षोऽपरिग्रहः । यदृच्छयोपपन्नेन कल्पयन् वृत्तिमात्मनः ।। ९-२-१२ ।।

    He gave full attention to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Vāsudeva, who is the transcendental Supersoul, free from material contamination. ।। 9-2-12 ।।

  3. 13

    आत्मन्यात्मानमाधाय ज्ञानतृप्तः समाहितः । विचचार महीमेतां जडान्धबधिराकृतिः ।। ९-२-१३ ।।

    Thus Pṛṣadhra, fully satisfied in pure knowledge, always keeping his mind on the Supreme Personality of Godhead, achieved pure devotional service to the Lord and began traveling all over the world, without affection for material activities, as if he were deaf, dumb and blind. ।। 9-2-13 ।।

  4. 14

    एवंवृत्तो वनं गत्वा दृष्ट्वा दावाग्निमुत्थितम् । तेनोपयुक्तकरणो ब्रह्म प्राप परं मुनिः ।। ९-२-१४ ।।

    With this attitude, Pṛṣadhra became a great saint, and when he entered the forest and saw a blazing forest fire, he took this opportunity to burn his body in the fire. Thus he achieved the transcendental, spiritual world. ।। 9-2-14 ।।

  5. 15

    कविः कनीयान् विषयेषु निःस्पृहो विसृज्य राज्यं सह बन्धुभिर्वनम् । निवेश्य चित्ते पुरुषं स्वरोचिषं विवेश कैशोरवयाः परं गतः ।। ९-२-१५ ।।

    Being reluctant to accept material enjoyment, Manu’s 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. ।। 9-2-15 ।।