2.8 na hi prapaSyAmi mamApanudhyAth

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Chapter 2

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SlOkam – Original

na hi prapaSyAmi mamApanudhyAth yachchOkamuchchOshaNamindhriyANAm |
avApya bhUmAvasapathnam rudhdham rAjyam surANAmapi chAdhipathyam ||

word-by-word meaning

indhiryANAm – sense organs such eyes etc
uchchOshaNam – that which will dry up greatly
mama SOkam – my grief
yath anupanudhyAth – that which will eradicate it

(thath – that)
aham – I
bhUmau – on this earth
asapathnam – unrivalled
rudhdham – flourishing
rAjyam – kingdom
surANAm Adhipathyam api cha – even being the leader of dhEvas (celestial beings)
avApya – even if I acquired
na hi prapaSyAmi – I can’t see

Simple Translation

Even if I acquired unrivalled and flourishing kingdom on this earth or I became the leader of dhEvas (celestial beings), I can’t see that which will eradicate my grief which dries up my sense organs such eyes etc.

Rendering based on ALkoNdavilli gOvindhAchArya swAmy’s English translation of gIthA bhAshyam

Though I obtain unrivalled sway over this prosperous earth, though I obtain even sovereignty over the Suras[2. Or Devas, the celestials.], I do yet indeed fail to see that which could assuage my sense-withering affliction[3. Meaning affliction or grief which deprives one of his faculties.].’

>> Chapter 2 verse 9

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