yāvat sūrya udeti sma
yāvac ca pratitiṣṭhati
tat sarvaṁ yauvanāśvasya
māndhātuḥ kṣetram ucyate
yāvat—as long as; sūryaḥ—the sun; udeti—has risen on the horizon; sma—in the past; yāvat—as long as; ca—also; pratitiṣṭhati—continues to stay; tat—all those things mentioned above; sarvam—everything; yauvanāśvasya—of the son of Yuvanāśva; māndhātuḥ—called Māndhātā; kṣetram—location; ucyate—is said to be.
All places, from where the sun rises on the horizon, shining brilliantly, to where the sun sets, are known as the possession of the celebrated Māndhātā, the son of Yuvanāśva.
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