vilapyaivaṁ pitur dehaṁ
nidhāya bhrātṛṣu svayam
pragṛhya paraśuṁ rāmaḥ
kṣatrāntāya mano dadhe
vilapya—lamenting; evam—like this; pituḥ—of his father; deham—the body; nidhāya—entrusting; bhrātṛṣu—to his brothers; svayam—personally; pragṛhya—taking; paraśum—the axe; rāmaḥ—Lord Paraśurāma; kṣatra-antāya—to put an end to all the kṣatriyas; manaḥ—the mind; dadhe—fixed.
Thus lamenting, Lord Paraśurāma entrusted his father’s dead body to his brothers and personally took up his axe, having decided to put an end to all the kṣatriyas on the surface of the world.
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