atrih sandarsayam asa
viro nainam abadhata
atrih—the great sage Atri; sandarsayam asa—caused to see; tvaramanam—going very hastily; vihayasa—in the sky; kapala-khatvanga—a stag with a skull at the top; dharam—who carried; virah—the hero (King Prthu’s son); na—not; enam—the King of heaven, Indra; abadhata—killed.
The great sage Atri again pointed out to the son of King Prthu that Indra was fleeing through the sky. The great hero, the son of Prthu, chased him again. But when he saw that Indra was carrying in his hand a staff with a skull at the top and was again wearing the dress of a sannyasi, he still chose not to kill him.
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