|Canto 11: General History||Chapter 1: The Curse Upon the Yadu Dynasty|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.1.21
tac cūrṇayitvā muṣalaḿ
yadu-rājaḥ sa āhukaḥ
tat — that; cūrṇayitvā — having ground to bits; muṣalam — club; yadu-rājaḥ — the King of the Yadus; saḥ — he; āhukaḥ — Āhuka (Ugrasena); samudra — of the ocean; salile — in the water; prāsyat — he threw; loham — the iron; ca — and; asya — of the club; avaśeṣitam — the remnant.
After having the club ground to bits, King Āhuka [Ugrasena] of the Yadus personally threw the pieces, along with the remaining lump of iron, into the water of the ocean.
King Ugrasena thought, "Sāmba and the others should not feel any shame or fear," and thus without even consulting Śrī Kṛṣṇa he ordered the club ground to bits and thrown into the water, along with a small iron lump that remained, which he considered insignificant.
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