sukanyā prāha pitaraṁ
bhītā kiñcit kṛtaṁ mayā
dve jyotiṣī ajānantyā
nirbhinne kaṇṭakena vai
sukanyā—the girl Sukanyā; prāha—said; pitaram—unto her father; bhītā—being afraid; kiñcit—something; kṛtam—has been done; mayā—by me; dve—two; jyotiṣī—luminous objects; ajānantyā—because of ignorance; nirbhinne—have been pierced; kaṇṭakena—with a thorn; vai—indeed.
Being very much afraid, the girl Sukanyā said to her father: I have done something wrong, for I have ignorantly pierced these two luminous substances with a thorn.
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