kim idaṁ svapna āho svit
sākṣād dṛṣṭam ihādbhutam
kva yātā adya te ye māṁ
kim—whether; idam—this; svapne—in a dream; āho svit—or; sākṣāt—directly; dṛṣṭam—seen; iha—here; adbhutam—wonderful; kva—where; yātāḥ—have gone; adya—now; te—all of them; ye—who; mām—me; vyakarṣan—were dragging; pāśa-pāṇayaḥ—with ropes in their hands.
Was this a dream I saw, or was it reality? I saw fearsome men with ropes in their hands coming to arrest me and drag me away. Where have they gone?
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