SINGLE-MINDED DEVOTION TO ONE IDEAL
ONCE the Pandava brothers performed the Rajasuya sacrifice. All the kings placed Yudhisthira on the royal throne and bowed low before him in homage. But, Vibhishana, the king of Ceylon, said, I bow down to Narayana and none else.” At these words the Lord Krishna bowed down to Yudhisthira. Only then did, Vibhishana prostrate himself, crown and all, before him.
Such is unswerving and single-minded devotion to one ideal. (81)