dhrtarastrah saha bhratra
gandharya ca sva-bharyaya
rsinam asramam gatah
dhrtarastrah—Dhrtarastra; saha—along with; bhratra—his brother Vidura; gandharya—Gandhari also; ca—and; sva-bharyaya—his own wife; daksinena—by the southern side; himavatah—of the Himalaya Mountains; rsinam—of the rsis; asramam—in shelter; gatah—he has gone.
O King, your uncle Dhrtarastra, his brother Vidura and his wife Gandhari have gone to the southern side of the Himalaya Mountains, where there are shelters of the great sages.
To pacify the mourning Maharaja Yudhisthira, Narada first of all spoke from the philosophical point of view, and then he began to describe the future movements of his uncle, which he could see by his foreseeing powers, and thus began to describe as follows.
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