TEXT 263
tabe sei mṛgādi tine nārada sustha kaila
sustha hañā mṛgādi tine dhāñā palāila
SYNONYMS
tabe—thereafter; sei—those; mṛga-ādi—animals, beginning with the deer; tine—three; nārada—the sage Nārada; sustha kaila—brought to their senses; sustha hañā—coming to consciousness; mṛga-ādi—the pierced animals; tine—three; dhāñā palāila—very swiftly fled away from that place.
TRANSLATION
"The three animals that were half-killed were then brought to their consciousness by the sage Nārada. Indeed, the animals got up and swiftly fled.

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