वृतोऽनुगैर्बन्धुभिश्च कृष्णेनापि स्वचक्षुषा ॥ ३४ ॥
आसीन: काञ्चने साक्षादासने मघवानिव ।
पारमेष्ठ्यश्रिया जुष्ट: स्तूयमानश्च वन्दिभि: ॥ ३५ ॥
kvāpi dharma-suto ’dhirāṭ
vṛto ’nugair bandhubhiś ca
āsane maghavān iva
stūyamānaś ca vandibhiḥ
sabhāyām — in the assembly hall; maya — by Maya Dānava; kḷptāyām — constructed; kva api — on one occasion; dharma-sutaḥ — the son of Yamarāja (Yudhiṣṭhira); adhirāṭ — the emperor; vṛtaḥ — accompanied; anugaiḥ — by his attendants; bandhubhiḥ — by his family members; ca — and; kṛṣṇena — by Lord Kṛṣṇa; api — also; sva — his own; cakṣuṣā — eye; āsīnaḥ — seated; kāñcane — made of gold; sākṣāt — in person; āsane — on a throne; maghavān — Lord Indra; iva — as if; pārameṣṭhya — of Brahmā, or of supreme rulership; śriyā — with the opulences; juṣṭaḥ — joined; stūyamānaḥ — being praised; ca — and; vandibhiḥ — by the court poets.
It so happened that Emperor Yudhiṣṭhira, the son of Dharma, was sitting just like Indra on a golden throne in the assembly hall built by Maya Dānava. Present with him were his attendants and family members, and also Lord Kṛṣṇa, his special eye. Displaying the opulences of Brahma himself, King Yudhiṣṭhira was being praised by the court poets.
Śrīla Śrīdhara Svāmī explains that Lord Kṛṣṇa is described here as Yudhiṣṭhira’s special eye since He advised the King on what was beneficial and what was not.