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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.9.5
soma-pīthaḿ tu yat tasya
śira āsīt kapiñjalaḥ
annādaḿ yat sa tittiriḥ
soma-pītham — used for drinking soma-rasa; tu — however; yat — which; tasya — of him (Viśvarūpa); śiraḥ — the head; āsīt — became; kapiñjalaḥ — a francolin partridge; kalavińkaḥ — a sparrow; surā-pītham — meant for drinking wine; anna-adam — used for eating food; yat — which; saḥ — that; tittiriḥ — a common partridge.
Thereafter, the head meant for drinking soma-rasa was transformed into a kapiñjala [francolin partridge]. Similarly, the head meant for drinking wine was transformed into a kalavińka [sparrow], and the head meant for eating food became a tittiri [common partridge].
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