SB 7.2.50

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 50

lubdhako vipine kaścit
pakṣiṇāṁ nirmito 'ntakaḥ
vitatya jālaṁ vidadhe
tatra tatra pralobhayan


SYNONYMS

lubdhakaḥ—hunter; vipine—in the forest; kaścit—some; pakṣiṇām—of birds; nirmitaḥ—appointed; antakaḥ—killer; vitatya—spreading; jālam—a net; vidadhe—captured; tatra tatra—here and there; pralobhayan—luring with food.


TRANSLATION

There was once a hunter who lured birds with food and captured them after spreading a net. He lived as if appointed by death personified as the killer of the birds.


PURPORT

This is another incident from the histories.



Facts about "SB 7.2.50"
Spoken byYamarāja in the form of a boy +
Spoken toQueens of King Suyajña +