dattva svam uttaram vasas
tasyai raja vivasase
grhitva panina panim
dattva—giving; svam—his own; uttaram—upper; vasah—cloth; tasyai—unto her (Devayani); raja—the King; vivasase—because she was naked; grhitva—catching; panina—with his hand; panim—her hand; ujjahara—delivered; daya-parah—being very kind.
Seeing Devayani naked in the well, King Yayati immediately gave her his upper cloth. Being very kind to her, he caught her hand with his own and lifted her out.
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