tasyam tritasyosanaso manos ca
prthor athagner asitasya vayoh
tirtham sudasasya gavam guhasya
yac chraddhadevasya sa asiseve
tasyam—on the bank of the River Sarasvati; tritasya—the pilgrimage site named Trita; usanasah—the pilgrimage site named Usana; manoh ca—as also of the pilgrimage site named Manu; prthoh—that of Prthu; atha—thereafter; agneh—that of Agni; asitasya—that of Asita; vayoh—that of Vayu; tirtham—places of pilgrimages; sudasasya—of the name Sudasa; gavam—that of Go; guhasya—that of Guha; yat—thereupon; sraddhadevasya—of the name Sraddhadeva; sah—Vidura; asiseve—duly visited and performed the rituals.
On the bank of the River Sarasvati there were eleven places of pilgrimage, namely, (1) Trita, (2) Usana, (3) Manu, (4) Prthu, (5) Agni, (6) Asita, (7) Vayu, (8) Sudasa, (9) Go, (10) Guha and (11) Sraddhadeva. Vidura visited all of them and duly performed rituals.
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