ghṛtaṁ me vīra bhakṣyaṁ syān
nekṣe tvānyatra maithunāt
vivāsasaṁ tat tatheti
ghṛtam—clarified butter or nectar; me—my; vīra—O hero; bhakṣyam—eatable; syāt—shall be; na—not; īkṣe—I shall see; tvā—you; anyatra—any other time; maithunāt—except at the time of sexual intercourse; vivāsasam—without any dress (naked); tat—that; tathā iti—shall be like that; pratipede—promised; mahāmanāḥ—King Purūravā.
Urvaśī said: “My dear hero, only preparations made in ghee [clarified butter] will be my eatables, and I shall not want to see you naked at any time, except at the time of sexual intercourse.” The great-minded King Purūravā accepted these proposals.
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