SB 4.31.27

yo nāradād ātma-vidyām
 adhigamya punar mahīm
bhuktvā vibhajya putrebhya
 aiśvaraṁ samagāt padam
Word for word: 
yaḥ — one who; nāradāt — from the great sage Nārada; ātma-vidyām — spiritual knowledge; adhigamya — after learning; punaḥ — again; mahīm — the earth; bhuktvā — after enjoying; vibhajya — after dividing; putrebhyaḥ — unto his sons; aiśvaram — transcendental; samagāt — achieved; padam — position.
Translation: 
Although Mahārāja Priyavrata received instructions from the great sage Nārada, he still engaged in ruling the earth. After fully enjoying material possessions, he divided his property among his sons. He then attained a position by which he could return home, back to Godhead.