चरितेनाल्पसाराणां चरिष्येऽहं सुदुश्चरम् ॥ ६२ ॥
āhāho bhagavan kiyat
cariṣye ’haṁ su-duścaram
yājñavalkyaḥ — Yājñavalkya; ca — and; tat-śiṣyaḥ — the disciple of Vaiśampāyana; āha — said; aho — just see; bhagavan — O master; kiyat — how much value; caritena — with the endeavor; alpa-sārāṇām — of these weak fellows; cariṣye — shall execute; aham — I; su-duścaram — that which is very difficult to perform.
Once Yājñavalkya, one of the disciples of Vaiśampāyana, said: O master, how much benefit will be derived from the feeble endeavors of these weak disciples of yours? I will personally perform some outstanding penance.