punar jātā yajasveti
sa pratyāhātha so ’bravīt
sānnāhiko yadā rājan
rājanyo ’tha paśuḥ śuciḥ
punaḥ—again; jātāḥ—have grown; yajasva—now you offer the sacrifice; iti—thus; saḥ—he, Varuṇa; pratyāha—replied; atha—thereafter; saḥ—he, Hariścandra; abravīt—said; sānnāhikaḥ—able to equip himself with a shield; yadā—when; rājan—O King Varuṇa; rājanyaḥ—the kṣatriya; atha—then; paśuḥ—the sacrificial animal; śuciḥ—becomes purified.
When the teeth grew in again, Varuṇa came and said to Hariścandra, “Now you can perform the sacrifice.” But Hariścandra then said, “O King, when the sacrificial animal becomes a kṣatriya and is able to shield himself to fight with the enemy, then he will be purified.”
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