patito bhuvy asrn-misrah
vistha-bhur iva cestate
roruyati gate jnane
viparitam gatim gatah
patitah—fallen; bhuvi—on the earth; asrk—with blood; misrah—smeared; vistha-bhuh—a worm; iva—like; cestate—he moves his limbs; roruyati—cries loudly; gate—being lost; jnane—his wisdom; viparitam—the opposite; gatim—state; gatah—gone to.
The child thus falls on the ground, smeared with stool and blood, and plays just like a worm germinated from the stool. He loses his superior knowledge and cries under the spell of maya.

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