TEXT 30
kirata-hunan yavanan
paundran kankan khasan chakan
abrahmanya-nrpams cahan
mlecchan dig-vijaye íkhilan
SYNONYMS
kirata—the black people called Kiratas (mostly the Africans); hunan—the Huns, the tribes from the far north; yavanan—the meat-eaters; paundran—the Paundras; kankan—the Kankas; khasan—the Mongolians; sakan—the Sakas; abrahmanya—against the brahminical culture; nrpan—kings; ca—and; ahan—he killed; mlecchan—such atheists, who had no respect for Vedic civilization; dik-vijaye—while conquering all directions; akhilan—all of them.
TRANSLATION
When Maharaja Bharata was on tour, he defeated or killed all the Kiratas, Hunas, Yavanas, Paundras, Kankas, Khasas, Sakas and the kings who were opposed to the Vedic principles of brahminical culture.

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