SB 4.15.14

tasmai jahāra dhanado
 haimaṁ vīra varāsanam
varuṇaḥ salila-srāvam
 ātapatraṁ śaśi-prabham
Synonyms: 
tasmai — unto him; jahāra — presented; dhana-daḥ — the treasurer of the demigods (Kuvera); haimam — made of gold; vīra — O Vidura; vara-āsanam — royal throne; varuṇaḥ — the demigod Varuṇa; salila-srāvam — dropping particles of water; ātapatram — umbrella; śaśi-prabham — as brilliant as the moon.
Translation: 
The great sage continued: My dear Vidura, Kuvera presented the great King Pṛthu with a golden throne. The demigod Varuṇa presented him with an umbrella that constantly sprayed fine particles of water and was as brilliant as the moon.