The Sun desired Satrajit to demand a boon; and Satrajit requested that the jewel might become his. The Sun presented it to him, and then resumed his place in the sky. Having obtained the spotless gem of gems, Satrajit wore it on his neck and, becomes as brilliant as the Sun. Satrajit then radiates himself all over the regions with his splendor, he returned to Dwaraka. Satrajit took back the jewel to his home. The magical jewel yielded daily eight loads of gold, and, through its marvelous virtue, dispelled all fear of portents, wild beasts, fire, robbers, and famine.
After some time, Prasena, the brother of Satrajit went out for hunting wearing the jewel but was killed by a lion. Then Jambavan, king of Bears killed the lion and gave the jewel to his son to play with it. When Prasena did not return, Satrajit wrongly blamed Krishna of killing Prasena for the sake of the jewel. Krishna did not steal the jewel and to prove that the accusation was incorrect he went in search of the jewel and found in the cave of Jambavan. Krishna took back the jewel from Jambavan and returned it to Satrajit.
Satrajit was ultimately killed by Satadhanwan in order to obtain possession of the jewel.