|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 19: Swallowing the Forest Fire|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.19.5
samprāpya tṛṣitāḥ śrāntās
tatas te sannyavartayan
muñjā-aṭavyām — in the Muñjā forest; bhraṣṭa-mārgam — who had lost their way; krandamānam — crying; sva — their own; go-dhanam — cows (and other animals); samprāpya — finding; tṛṣitāḥ — who were thirsty; śrāntāḥ — and tired; tataḥ — then; te — they, the cowherd boys; sannyavartayan — turned them all back.
Within the Muñjā forest the cowherd boys finally found their valuable cows, who had lost their way and were crying. Then the boys, thirsty and tired, herded the cows onto the path back home.
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