jatah suto hy anenanga
mam yajasveti so ’bravit
yada pasur nirdasah syad
atha medhyo bhaved iti
jatah—has been born; sutah—a son; hi—indeed; anena—by this son; anga—O Hariscandra; mam—unto me; yajasva—offer sacrifice; iti—thus; sah—he, Varuna; abravit—said; yada—when; pasuh—an animal; nirdasah—has passed ten days; syat—should become; atha—then; medhyah—suitable for offering in sacrifice; bhavet—becomes; iti—thus (Hariscandra said).
Thereafter, when the child was born, Varuna approached Hariscandra and said, “Now you have a son. With this son you can offer me a sacrifice.” In answer to this, Hariscandra said, “After ten days have passed since an animal’s birth, the animal becomes fit to be sacrificed.”
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