|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 44: The Killing of Kaḿsa|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.44.8
kva — where, on the one hand; vajra — of lightning; sāra — with the strength; sarva — all; ańgau — whose limbs; mallau — two wrestlers; śaila — mountains; indra — like the chief; sannibhau — whose appearance; kva — where; ca — and, on the other hand; ati — very; su-kumāra — tender; ańgau — whose limbs; kiśorau — two youths; na āpta — not having yet attained; yauvanau — Their maturity.
What comparison can there be between these two professional wrestlers, with limbs as strong as lightning bolts and bodies resembling mighty mountains, and these two young, immature boys with exceedingly tender limbs?
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