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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 7.2.52
sāsajjata sicas tantryāḿ
kulińgas tāḿ tathāpannāḿ
snehād akalpaḥ kṛpaṇaḥ
sā — the female bird; asajjata — trapped; sicaḥ — of the net; tantryām — in the rope; mahiṣyaḥ — O queens; kāla-yantritā — being forced by time; kulińgaḥ — the male kulińga bird; tām — her; tathā — in that condition; āpannām — captured; nirīkṣya — seeing; bhṛśa-duḥkhitaḥ — very unhappy; snehāt — out of affection; akalpaḥ — unable to do anything; kṛpaṇaḥ — the poor bird; kṛpaṇām — the poor wife; paryadevayat — began to lament for.
O queens of Suyajña, the male kulińga bird, seeing his wife put into the greatest danger in the grip of Providence, became very unhappy. Because of affection, the poor bird, being unable to release her, began to lament for his wife.
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