āste-vyaste dhāñā āse, patha nāhi pāya
pathera pipīlikā iti-uti dhare pāya
āste-vyaste—with great alacrity; dhāñā—running; āse—came; patha nāhi pāya—does not get the path; pathera—on the path; pipīlikā—ants; iti-uti—here and there; dhare pāya—touch the foot.
"With great alacrity the hunter began to run toward his spiritual master, but he could not fall down and offer obeisances because ants were running hither and thither around his feet.
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