- yama etad upākhyāya
- jñātayo hi suyajñasya
- cakrur yat sāmparāyikam
yamaḥ—Yamarāja in the form of a boy; etat—this; upākhyāya—instructing; tatra—there; eva—indeed; antaradhīyata—disappeared; jñātayaḥ—the relatives; hi—indeed; suyajñasya—of King Suyajña; cakruḥ—performed; yat—which is; sāmparāyikam—the funeral ceremony.
After instructing all the foolish relatives of Suyajña, Yamarāja, in the form of a boy, disappeared from their vision. Then the relatives of King Suyajña performed the ritualistic funeral ceremonies.