śayane āmāra upara lāpha diyā caḍi'
aṭṭa aṭṭa hāse, kare danta-kaḍamaḍi
śayane—in a sleeping condition; āmāra—me; upara—upon; lāpha diyā—jumping; caḍi'-mounting; aṭṭa aṭṭa—rough and hard; hāse—laughs; kare—does; danta—teeth; kaḍamaḍi—gnashing.
"While I was asleep, the lion jumped on my chest, laughing fiercely and gnashing His teeth.
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