tayoḥ kuliṅgī sahasā
kuliṅga-mithunam—a pair of (male and female) birds known as kuliṅga; tatra—there (where the hunter was hunting); vicarat—wandering; samadṛśyata—he saw; tayoḥ—of the pair; kuliṅgī—the female bird; sahasā—suddenly; lubdhakena—by the hunter; pralobhitā—allured.
While wandering in the forest, the hunter saw a pair of kuliṅga birds. Of the two, the female was captivated by the hunter’s lure.
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