prasahya sira utkrtya
ninyus te ksatra-bandhavah
yacyamanah—being begged for the life of her husband; krpanaya—by the poor unprotected woman; rama-matra—by the mother of Lord Parasurama; ati-darunah—very cruel; prasahya—by force; sirah—the head of Jamadagni; utkrtya—having separated; ninyuh—took away; te—the sons of Kartaviryarjuna; ksatra-bandhavah—not ksatriyas, but the most abominable sons of ksatriyas.
With pitiable prayers, Renuka, the mother of Parasurama and wife of Jamadagni, begged for the life of her husband. But the sons of Kartaviryarjuna, being devoid of the qualities of ksatriyas, were so cruel that despite her prayers they forcibly cut off his head and took it away.
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