CC Madhya 24.242
- vyādha kahe,—“śuna, gosāñi, ‘mṛgāri’ mora nāma
- pitāra śikṣāte āmi kari aiche kāma
vyādha kahe—the hunter replied; śuna—please hear; gosāñi—O great saintly person; mṛga-ari—the enemy of the animals; mora nāma—my name; pitāra śikṣāte—by the teaching of my father; āmi—I; kari—do; aiche kāma—such acts.
“The hunter replied, ‘My dear saintly person, my name is Mṛgāri, enemy of animals. My father taught me to kill them in that way.