ksut-trt-sramo gatra-paribhramas ca
dainyam klamah soka-visada-mohah
sarve nivrttah krpanasya jantor
jijivisor jiva-jalarpanan me
ksut—from hunger; trt—and thirst; sramah—fatigue; gatra-paribhramah—trembling of the body; ca—also; dainyam—poverty; klamah—distress; soka—lamentation; visada—moroseness; mohah—and bewilderment; sarve—all of them; nivrttah—finished; krpanasya—of the poor; jantoh—living entity (the candala); jijivisoh—desiring to live; jiva—maintaining life; jala—water; arpanat—by delivering; me—mine.
By offering my water to maintain the life of this poor candala, who is struggling to live, I have been freed from all hunger, thirst, fatigue, trembling of the body, moroseness, distress, lamentation and illusion.
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