|Canto 7: The Science of God||Chapter 2: Hiraṇyakaśipu, King of the Demons|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 7.2.56
evaḿ kulińgaḿ vilapantam ārāt
sa eva taḿ śākunikaḥ śareṇa
vivyādha kāla-prahito vilīnaḥ
evam — thus; kulińgam — the bird; vilapantam — while lamenting; ārāt — from a distance; priyā-viyoga — because of the loss of his wife; āturam — very aggrieved; aśru-kaṇṭham — with tears in the eyes; saḥ — he (that hunter); eva — indeed; tam — him (the male bird); śākunikaḥ — who could kill even a vulture; śareṇa — by an arrow; vivyādha — pierced; kāla-prahitaḥ — being moved by time; vilīnaḥ — hidden.
Because of the loss of his wife, the kulińga bird lamented with tears in his eyes. Meanwhile, following the dictations of mature time, the hunter, who was very carefully hidden in the distance, released his arrow, which pierced the body of the kulińga bird and killed him.
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