ara kata-dure eka dekhena sukara
taiche viddha bhagna-pada kare dhad-phada
ara kata-dure—still farther along; eka—one; dekhena—sees; sukara—a boar; taiche—similarly; viddha—pierced; bhagna-pada—broken legs; kare dhad-phada—twists in pain.
"Farther ahead, Narada Muni saw a boar pierced by an arrow. Its legs were also broken, and it was twisting in pain.
Link to this page: https://prabhupadabooks.com/cc/madhya/24/232