aṅkuśera ghāya hastī karaye citkāra
ratha nāhi cale, loke kare hāhākāra
aṅkuśera—of the elephant-goad; ghāya—by striking; hastī—the elephants; karaye—made; citkāra—crying; ratha—the car; nāhi cale—does not move; loke—all the people; kare—exclaim; hāhā-kāra—alas.
The elephants, being beaten by the elephant-goad, were crying, but still the car would not move. The assembled people cried out, "Alas!"
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