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English Translation by KM Ganguli:
(Vidura’s teachings on right conduct
extracted from Mahabharata)
"Vaisampayana said, 'King Dhritarashtra
endued with great wisdom (then) said to the
orderly-in-waiting, 'I desire to see Vidura.
Bring him here without delay.'
Despatched by Dhritarashtra, the messenger
went to Kshatri and said, 'O thou of great
wisdom, our lord the mighty king desireth to
Thus addressed, Vidura (set out and) coming
to the palace, spoke unto the orderly,
'Apprise Dhritarashtra of my arrival.'
Dhritarashtra, and said, O, foremost of kings,
Vidura is here at thy command. He wisheth
to behold thy feet. Command me as to what
he is to do.'
Thereupon Dhritarashtra said, 'Let Vidura of
great wisdom and foresight enter. I am never
unwilling or unprepared to see Vidura.'
The orderly then went out and spoke unto
Vidura, 'O Kshatri, enter the inner
apartments of the wise king. The king says
that he is never unwilling to see thee.'
"Vaisampayana continued, 'Having entered
Dhritarashtra's chamber, Vidura said with
joined hands unto that ruler of men who was
then plunged in thought, 'O thou of great
wisdom, I am Vidura, arrived here at thy
command. If there is anything to be done,
here I am, command me!'
"Dhritarashtra said, 'O Vidura, Sanjaya hath
come back. He hath gone away after
rebuking me. Tomorrow he will deliver, in
the midst of the court, Ajatasatru's message. I
have not been able today to ascertain what
the message is of the Kuru hero. Therefore,
my body is burning, and that hath produced
sleeplessness. Tell us what may be good for a
person that is sleepless and burning. Thou
art, O child, versed in both religion and
profit. Ever since, Sanjaya hath returned
from the Pandavas, my heart knoweth no
peace. Filled with anxiety about what he