|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 64: The Deliverance of King Nṛga|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.64.37-38
gṛhṇanti yāvataḥ pāḿśūn
rājāno rāja-kulyāś ca
tāvato 'bdān nirańkuśāḥ
gṛhṇanti — touch; yāvataḥ — as many; pāḿśūn — particles of dust; krandatām — who are crying; aśru-bindavaḥ — teardrops; viprāṇām — of brāhmaṇas; hṛta — taken away; vṛttīnām — whose means of support; vadānyānām — generous; kuṭumbinām — family men; rājānaḥ — the kings; rāja-kulyāḥ — other members of the royal families; ca — also; tāvataḥ — that many; abdān — years; nirańkuśāḥ — uncontrolled; kumbhī-pākeṣu — in the hell known as Kumbhīpāka; pacyante — they are cooked; brahma-dāya — of the brāhmaṇa's share; apahāriṇaḥ — the usurpers.
For as many years as there are particles of dust touched by the tears of generous brāhmaṇas who have dependent families and whose property is stolen, uncontrolled kings who usurp a brāhmaṇa's property are cooked, along with their royal families, in the hell known as Kumbhīpāka.
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