ye tv iha vai rajanya raja-purusa va apakhanda dharma-setun bhindanti te samparetya vaitaranyam nipatanti bhinna-maryadas tasyam niraya-parikha-bhutayam nadyam yado-ganair itas tato bhaksyamana atmana na viyujyamanas casubhir uhyamanah svaghena karma-pakam anusmaranto vin-mutra-puya-sonita-kesa-nakhasthi-medo-mamsa-vasa-vahinyam upatapyante.
ye—persons who; tu—but; iha—in this life; vai—indeed; rajanyah—members of the royal family, or ksatriyas; raja-purusah—government servants; va—or; apakhandah—although born in responsible families; dharma-setun—the bounds of prescribed religious principles; bhindanti—transgress; te—they; samparetya—after dying; vaitaranyam—named Vaitarani; nipatanti—fall down; bhinna-maryadah—who have broken the regulative principles; tasyam—in that; niraya-parikha-bhutayam—the moat surrounding hell; nadyam—in the river; yadah-ganaih—by ferocious aquatic animals; itah tatah—here and there; bhaksyamanah—being eaten; atmana—with the body; na—not; viyujyamanah—being separated; ca—and; asubhih—the life airs; uhyamanah—being carried; sva-aghena—by his own sinful activities; karma-pakam—the result of his impious activities; anusmarantah—remembering; vit—of stool; mutra—urine; puya—pus; sonita—blood; kesa—hair; nakha—nails; asthi—bones; medah—marrow; mamsa—flesh; vasa—fat; vahinyam—in the river; upatapyante—are afflicted with pain.
A person who is born into a responsible family—such as a ksatriya, a member of royalty or a government servant—but who neglects to execute his prescribed duties according to religious principles, and who thus becomes degraded, falls down at the time of death into the river of hell known as Vaitarani. This river, which is a moat surrounding hell, is full of ferocious aquatic animals. When a sinful man is thrown into the River Vaitarani, the aquatic animals there immediately begin to eat him, but because of his extremely sinful life, he does not leave his body. He constantly remembers his sinful activities and suffers terribly in that river, which is full of stool, urine, pus, blood, hair, nails, bones, marrow, flesh and fat.
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