Truthful Sibi sitting before a balance, kept the dove in one pan
And cutting a lump of flesh from his thigh, kept it in another pan
Lo !,the pan refused to rise tho' cutting thighs, calf muscles one by one
bit by bit, he cut every organ of body and put in the pan one by one.
Finding it yet dangling, he sat in the pan to bring the other on par
implored the eagle to eat anon to appease its hunger sans fear of bar
sight ! to his surprise, birds changing into 4Devendra and 5Agni,
flashing smiles brighter than the bright tongues of Agni.
by of your 6Satya Vakya Palana & 7Saranagatha 8Dhiksha, Taking the forms of
birds, we have subjected you that severe 9pariksha,
! how marvellous's thy tenacity ! It's an example of examples glorious,
livelong with a form better & a career bright and more glorious'.
rescuer, the rescued and his aide departed anon heavenwards
While the audience, hailing Sibi or, bent their heads downwards.
4) King of gods.
5) God of fire,
6) truthful conduct
7) one who seeks
8) a vow