|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 2: The Dynasties of the Sons of Manu|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.2.4
ekadā prāviśad goṣṭhaḿ
śārdūlo niśi varṣati
śayānā gāva utthāya
bhītās tā babhramur vraje
ekadā — once upon a time; prāviśat — entered; goṣṭham — the land of the cowshed; śārdūlaḥ — a tiger; niśi — at night; varṣati — while it was raining; śayānāḥ — lying down; gāvaḥ — cows; utthāya — getting up; bhītāḥ — fearing; tāḥ — all of them; babhramuḥ — scattered here and there; vraje — in the land surrounding the cowshed.
Once at night, while it was raining, a tiger entered the land of the cowshed. Upon seeing the tiger, all the cows, who were lying down, got up in fear and scattered here and there on the land.
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