pitary uparate pāṇḍau
sarvān naḥ suhṛdaḥ śiśūn
pitṛvyau kva gatāv itaḥ
pitari—upon my father; uparate—falling down; pāṇḍau—Mahārāja Pāṇḍu; sarvān—all; naḥ—of us; suhṛdaḥ—well-wishers; śiśūn—small children; arakṣatām—protected; vyasanataḥ—from all kinds of dangers; pitṛvyau—uncles; kva—where; gatau—have departed; itaḥ—from this place.
When my father, Pāṇḍu, fell down and we were all small children, these two uncles gave us protection from all kinds of calamities. They were always our good well-wishers. Alas, where have they gone from here?
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