punar jata yajasveti
sa pratyahatha so ’bravit
sannahiko yada rajan
rajanyo ’tha pasuh sucih
punah—again; jatah—have grown; yajasva—now you offer the sacrifice; iti—thus; sah—he, Varuna; pratyaha—replied; atha—thereafter; sah—he, Hariscandra; abravit—said; sannahikah—able to equip himself with a shield; yada—when; rajan—O King Varuna; rajanyah—the ksatriya; atha—then; pasuh—the sacrificial animal; sucih—becomes purified.
When the teeth grew in again, Varuna came and said to Hariscandra, “Now you can perform the sacrifice.” But Hariscandra then said, “O King, when the sacrificial animal becomes a ksatriya and is able to shield himself to fight with the enemy, then he will be purified.”
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