na mamāra pitā tasya
yuvanāśvo ’tha tatraiva
tapasā siddhim anvagāt
na—not; mamāra—died; pitā—the father; tasya—of the baby; vipra-deva-prasādataḥ—because of the mercy and blessings of the brāhmaṇas; yuvanāśvaḥ—King Yuvanāśva; atha—thereafter; tatra eva—in that very place; tapasā—by executing austerity; siddhim—perfection; anvagāt—achieved.
Because Yuvanāśva, the father of the baby, was blessed by the brāhmaṇas, he did not fall a victim to death. After this incident, he performed severe austerities and achieved perfection in that very spot.
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