dattvā svam uttaraṁ vāsas
tasyai rājā vivāsase
gṛhītvā pāṇinā pāṇim
dattvā—giving; svam—his own; uttaram—upper; vāsaḥ—cloth; tasyai—unto her (Devayānī); rājā—the King; vivāsase—because she was naked; gṛhītvā—catching; pāṇinā—with his hand; pāṇim—her hand; ujjahāra—delivered; dayā-paraḥ—being very kind.
Seeing Devayānī naked in the well, King Yayāti 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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