|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 14: King Purūravā Enchanted by Urvaśī|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.14.30
iti vāk-sāyakair biddhaḥ
pratottrair iva kuñjaraḥ
niśi nistriḿśam ādāya
vivastro 'bhyadravad ruṣā
iti — thus; vāk-sāyakaiḥ — by the arrows of strong words; biddhaḥ — being pierced; pratottraiḥ — by the goads; iva — like; kuñjaraḥ — an elephant; niśi — in the night; nistriḿśam — a sword; ādāya — taking in hand; vivastraḥ — naked; abhyadravat — went out; ruṣā — in anger.
Purūravā, stricken by the sharp words of Urvaśī like an elephant struck by its driver's pointed rod, became very angry. Not even dressing himself properly, he took a sword in hand and went out naked into the night to follow the Gandharvas who had stolen the lambs.
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