kata-dūre dekhe vyādha vṛkṣe oṅta hañā
mṛga māribāre āche bāṇa yuḍiyā
kata-dūre—somewhat farther; dekhe—Nārada Muni saw; vyādha—the hunter; vṛkṣe oṅta hañā—hiding behind a tree; mṛga māribāre—to kill the animals; āche—was there; bāṇa yuḍiyā—with arrows in the hand.
"When Nārada Muni advanced farther, he saw a hunter behind a tree. This hunter was holding arrows, and he was ready to kill more animals.
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