tayoh slokau pathanty amu
yathaiva srnumo durat
babhruh—Babhru; devavrdha—of Devavrdha; sutah—the son; tayoh—of them; slokau—two verses; pathanti—all the members of the old generation recite; amu—those; yatha—as; eva—indeed; srnumah—we have heard; durat—from a distance; sampasyamah—are actually seeing; tatha—similarly; antikat—presently also.
The son of Devavrdha was Babhru. Concerning Devavrdha and Babhru there are two famous songs of prayer, which were sung by our predecessors and which we have heard from a distance. Even now I hear the same prayers about their qualities [because that which was heard before is still sung continuously].
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