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TEXT 23

TEXT 23

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yotsyamānān avekṣe ’haṁ
ya ete ’tra samāgatāḥ
dhārtarāṣṭrasya durbuddher
yuddhe priya-cikīrṣavaḥ
yotsyamānān avekṣe ’haṁ
ya ete ’tra samāgatāḥ
dhārtarāṣṭrasya durbuddher
yuddhe priya-cikīrṣavaḥ

Synonyms

Synonyms

yotsyamānān — į tuos, kurie kausis; avekṣe — noriu pažvelgti; aham — aš; ye — kurie; ete — tie; atra — čia; samāgatāḥ — susirinkę; dhārtarāṣṭrasya — Dḥṛtarāṣṭros sūnui; durbuddheḥ — piktavaliui; yuddhe — kautynėse; priya — gero; cikīrṣavaḥ — linkintys.

yotsyamānān — those who will be fighting; avekṣe — let me see; aham — I; ye — who; ete — those; atra — here; samāgatāḥ — assembled; dhārtarāṣṭrasya — for the son of Dhṛtarāṣṭra; durbuddheḥ — evil-minded; yuddhe — in the fight; priya — well; cikīrṣavaḥ — wishing.

Translation

Translation

Aš noriu pažvelgti į tuos, kurie atvyko kautis su mumis, norėdami įsiteikti piktavaliui Dhṛtarāṣṭros sūnui.

Let me see those who have come here to fight, wishing to please the evil-minded son of Dhṛtarāṣṭra.

Purport

Purport

KOMENTARAS: Niekam nebuvo paslaptis, kad Duryodhana kūrė piktus planus ir su savo tėvu Dhṛtarāṣṭra sudarė sandėrį, norėdamas pasiglemžti Pāṇḍavų karalystę. Visi palaikiusieji Duryodhanos pusę – to paties lizdo paukščiai. Arjuna trokšta pamatyti juos mūšio lauke, prieš prasidedant kovai, bet nė neketina siūlyti taikių derybų, o tik nori patirti, kas jie. Karys, aišku, nori dar kartą išvysti priešą, kad įvertintų jėgą, su kuria teks susiremti. Tačiau jis visiškai įsitikinęs pergale, nes greta jo sėdi Kṛṣṇa.

It was an open secret that Duryodhana wanted to usurp the kingdom of the Pāṇḍavas by evil plans, in collaboration with his father, Dhṛtarāṣṭra. Therefore, all persons who had joined the side of Duryodhana must have been birds of the same feather. Arjuna wanted to see them on the battlefield before the fight was begun, just to learn who they were, but he had no intention of proposing peace negotiations with them. It was also a fact that he wanted to see them to make an estimate of the strength which he had to face, although he was quite confident of victory because Kṛṣṇa was sitting by his side.