jÃ±Ätuá¹ ca puá¹ya-Ålokasya
ká¹á¹£á¹asya ca viceá¹£á¹itam
sÅ«taá¸¥ uvÄca - ÅrÄ« SÅ«ta GosvÄmÄ« said; samprasthite - having gone to; dvÄrakÄyÄm - the city of DvÄrakÄ; jiá¹£á¹au - Arjuna; bandhu - friends and relatives; didá¹ká¹£ayÄ - for meeting them; jÃ±Ätum - to know; ca - also; puá¹ya-Ålokasya - of one whose glories are sung by Vedic hymns; ká¹á¹£á¹asya - of Lord Ká¹á¹£á¹a; ca - and; viceá¹£á¹itam - further programs of work.
As stated in Bhagavad-gÄ«tÄ, the Lord descended to the earth for the protection of the faithful and annihilation of the impious, so after the Battle of Kuruká¹£etra and establishment of MahÄrÄja Yudhiá¹£á¹hira, the mission of the Lord was complete. The PÄá¹á¸avas, especially ÅrÄ« Arjuna, were eternal companions of the Lord, and therefore Arjuna went to DvÄrakÄ to hear from the Lord of His next program of work.