gatva mahismatim ramo
tesam sa sirsabhi rajan
madhye cakre maha-girim
gatva—going; mahismatim—to the place known as Mahismati; ramah—Lord Parasurama; brahma-ghna—because of the killing of a brahmana; vihata-sriyam—doomed, bereft of all opulences; tesam—of all of them (the sons of Kartaviryarjuna and the other ksatriya inhabitants); sah—he, Lord Parasurama; sirsabhih—by the heads cut off from their bodies; rajan—O Maharaja Pariksit; madhye—within the jurisdiction of Mahismati; cakre—made; maha-girim—a great mountain.
O King, Lord Parasurama then went to Mahismati, which was already doomed by the sinful killing of a brahmana. In the midst of that city he made a mountain of heads, severed from the bodies of the sons of Kartaviryarjuna.
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