āra kata-dūre eka dekhena śūkara
taiche viddha bhagna-pāda kare dhaḍ-phaḍa
āra kata-dūre—still farther along; eka—one; dekhena—sees; śūkara—a boar; taiche—similarly; viddha—pierced; bhagna-pāda—broken legs; kare dhaḍ-phaḍa—twists in pain.
"Farther ahead, Nārada Muni saw a boar pierced by an arrow. Its legs were also broken, and it was twisting in pain.
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