te daiva-codita bala
jyotisi kantakena vai
avidhyan mugdha-bhavena
susravasrk tato bahih
te—those two; daiva-codita—as if impelled by providence; bala—that young daughter; jyotisi—two glowworms within the hole of the earthworm; kantakena—with a thorn; vai—indeed; avidhyat—pierced; mugdha-bhavena—as if without knowledge; susrava—came out; asrk—blood; tatah—from there; bahih—outside.
As if induced by providence, the girl ignorantly pierced those two glowworms with a thorn, and when they were pierced, blood began to ooze out of them.

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