atha duragatan saurih
sannivartya drdham snigdhan
prayat sva-nagarim priyaih
atha—thus; duragatan—having accompanied Him for a long distance; saurih—Lord Krsna; kauravan—the Pandavas; virahaturan—overwhelmed by a sense of separation; sannivartya—politely persuaded; drdham—determined; snigdhan—full of affection; prayat—proceeded; sva-nagarim—towards His own city (Dvaraka); priyaih—with dear companions.
Out of profound affection for Lord Krsna, the Pandavas, who were of the Kuru dynasty, accompanied Him a considerable distance to see Him off. They were overwhelmed with the thought of future separation. The Lord, however, persuaded them to return home, and He proceeded towards Dvaraka with His dear companions.
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