diṣṭyā bhavān me samavasthito ripur
yo brahma-hā guru-hā bhrātṛ-hā ca
diṣṭyānṛṇo ’dyāham asattama tvayā
śrī-vṛtraḥ uvāca—the great hero Vṛtrāsura said; diṣṭyā—by good fortune; bhavān—Your Lordship; me—of me; samavasthitaḥ—situated (in front); ripuḥ—my enemy; yaḥ—who; brahma-hā—the killer of a brāhmaṇa; guru-hā—the killer of your guru; bhrātṛ-hā—the killer of my brother; ca—also; diṣṭyā—by good fortune; anṛṇaḥ—free from debt (to my brother); adya—today; aham—I; asat-tama—O most abominable one; tvayā—through you; mat-śūla—by my trident; nirbhinna—being pierced; dṛṣat—like stone; hṛdā—whose heart; acirāt—very soon.
Śrī Vṛtrāsura said: He who has killed a brāhmaṇa, he who has killed his spiritual master—indeed, he who has killed my brother—is now, by good fortune, standing before me face to face as my enemy. O most abominable one, when I pierce your stonelike heart with my trident, I shall be freed from my debt to my brother.
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