vilapyaivam pitur deham
nidhaya bhratrsu svayam
pragrhya parasum ramah
ksatrantaya mano dadhe
vilapya—lamenting; evam—like this; pituh—of his father; deham—the body; nidhaya—entrusting; bhratrsu—to his brothers; svayam—personally; pragrhya—taking; parasum—the axe; ramah—Lord Parasurama; ksatra-antaya—to put an end to all the ksatriyas; manah—the mind; dadhe—fixed.
Thus lamenting, Lord Parasurama entrusted his fatherís dead body to his brothers and personally took up his axe, having decided to put an end to all the ksatriyas on the surface of the world.
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