samyak sabhajitah pritas
tam evanusmaran yayau
Lord Krsna greatly honored Narada, faithfully presenting him with gifts related to economic prosperity, sense gratification and religious duties. Thus fully satisfied, the sage departed, constantly remembering the Lord.
As Srila Prabhupada points out in Krsna, the phrase artha-kama-dharmesu indicates that Lord Krsna was behaving like an ordinary householder deeply concerned with economic development, sense gratification and religious duties. Narada could understand the Lord’s purpose, and he was most pleased by Sri Krsna’s exemplary behavior. Thus fully enlivened in his pure Krsna consciousness, he departed.