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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 5.8.3
tayā pepīyamāna udake tāvad evāvidūreṇa nadato mṛga-pater unnādo loka-bhayańkara udapatat
tayā — by the doe; pepīyamāne — being drunk with great satisfaction; udake — the water; tāvat eva — exactly at that time; avidūreṇa — very near; nadataḥ — roaring; mṛga-pateḥ — of one lion; unnādaḥ — the tumultuous sound; loka-bhayam-kara — very fearful to all living entities; udapatat — arose.
While the doe was drinking with great satisfaction, a lion, which was very close, roared very loudly. This was frightful to every living entity, and it was heard by the doe.
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