yate sudre tam anyo gad
atithih svabhir avrtah
rajan me diyatam annam
saganaya bubhuksate
yate—when he went away; sudre—the sudra guest; tam—unto the King; anyah—another; agat—arrived there; atithih—guest; svabhih avrtah—accompanied by dogs; rajan—O King; me—unto me; diyatam—deliver; annam—eatables; sa-ganaya—with my company of dogs; bubhuksate—hankering for food.
When the sudra went away, another guest arrived, surrounded by dogs, and said, O King, I and my company of dogs are very hungry. Please give us something to eat.

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