SB 9.18.46

sapta-dvīpa-patiḥ saṁyak
 pitṛvat pālayan prajāḥ
yathopajoṣaṁ viṣayāñ
 jujuṣe ’vyāhatendriyaḥ
sapta-dvīpa-patiḥ — the master of the entire world, consisting of seven islands; saṁyak — completely; pitṛ-vat — exactly like a father; pālayan — ruling; prajāḥ — the subjects; yathā-upajoṣam — as much as he wanted; viṣayān — material happiness; jujuṣe — enjoyed; avyāhata — without being disturbed; indriyaḥ — his senses.
Thereafter, King Yayāti became the ruler of the entire world, consisting of seven islands, and ruled the citizens exactly like a father. Because he had taken the youth of his son, his senses were unimpaired, and he enjoyed as much material happiness as he desired.