vyabhicāraṁ munir jñātvā
patnyāḥ prakupito ’bravīt
ghnataināṁ putrakāḥ pāpām
ity uktās te na cakrire
vyabhicāram—adultery; muniḥ—the great sage Jamadagni; jñātvā—could understand; patnyāḥ—of his wife; prakupitaḥ—he became angry; abravīt—he said; ghnata—kill; enām—her; putrakāḥ—my dear sons; pāpām—sinful; iti uktāḥ—being thus advised; te—all the sons; na—did not; cakrire—carry out his order.
The great sage Jamadagni understood the adultery in the mind of his wife. Therefore he was very angry and told his sons, “My dear sons, kill this sinful woman!” But the sons did not carry out his order.
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