|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 2: The Dynasties of the Sons of Manu|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.2.7
vyāghro 'pi vṛkṇa-śravaṇo
niścakrāma bhṛśaḿ bhīto
raktaḿ pathi samutsṛjan
vyāghraḥ — the tiger; api — also; vṛkṇa-śravaṇaḥ — its ear being cut off; nistriḿśa-agra-āhataḥ — because of being cut by the tip of the sword; tataḥ — thereafter; niścakrāma — fled (from that place); bhṛśam — very much; bhītaḥ — being afraid; raktam — blood; pathi — on the road; samutsṛjan — discharging.
Because the tiger's ear had been cut by the edge of the sword, the tiger was very afraid, and it fled from that place, while bleeding on the street.
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