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षष्ठी दशतिः
पुरोजिती वो अन्धसः सुताय मादयित्नवे ।
अप श्वानं श्नथिष्टन सखायो दीर्घजिह्व्यं ॥५४५॥
अयं पूषा रयिर्भगः सोमः पुनानो अर्षति ।
पतिर्विश्वस्य भूमनो व्यख्यद्रोदसी उभे ॥५४६॥
सुतासो मधुमत्तमाः सोमा इन्द्राय मन्दिनः ।
पवित्रवन्तो अक्षरन्देवान्गच्छन्तु वो मदाः ॥५४७॥
सोमाः पवन्त इन्दवोऽस्मभ्यं गातुवित्तमाः ।
मित्राः स्वाना अरेपसः स्वाध्यः स्वर्विदः ॥५४८॥
अभी नो वाजसातमं रयिमर्ष शतस्पृहं ।
इन्दो सहस्रभर्णसं तुविद्युम्नं विभासहं ॥५४९॥
अभी नवन्ते अद्रुहः प्रियमिन्द्रस्य काम्यं ।
वत्सं न पूर्व आयुनि जातं रिहन्ति मातरः ॥५५०॥
आ हर्यताय धृष्णवे धनुष्टन्वन्ति प्ॐस्यं ।
शुक्रा वि यन्त्यसुराय निर्णिजे विपामग्रे महीयुवः ॥५५१॥
परि त्यं हर्यतं हरिं बभ्रुं पुनन्ति वारेण ।
यो देवान्विश्वां इत्परि मदेन सह गच्छति ॥५५२॥
प्र सुन्वानास्यान्धसो मर्तो न वष्ट तद्वचः ।
अप श्वानमराधसं हता मखं न भृगवः ॥५५३॥

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GAVIJĀTA(गविजात)

  • (ŚṚṄGĪ). The son of a sage named Nāgabhūṣaṇa, Gavijāta cursed that King Parīkṣit should die of snake-bite. The curse was made under the following circumstances. King Parīkṣit went hunting one day in the forest and he who had chased a deer in hot haste for some distance felt naturally very weak and tired, and requested a sage he saw there in the forest for some water. Immersed in meditation the sage did not hear the King, and mistaking him to be a haughty fellow, the King, with his stick, lifted a dead snake and placed it round the neck of the sage. Yet he did not stir. The King returned to his palace. Gavijāta, son of the sage and a devotee of Devī heard of the insult heaped on his father's head while he was merry-making in the forest with his companions. The companions derided him by saying that though his father was Nāgabhūṣana (having snakes as ornament) the nāga was I feless. Enraged at this and not waiting to study details about the incident he pronounced the following curse. “Whoever might be the person who threw a dead snake about my father's neck, he will be bitten to death by Takṣaka within seven days from today.” Only after the curse was pronounced did he understand that it was King Parīkṣit who had become the object of the curse. And, he despatched his disciple immediately to Parīkṣit to inform him about the curse. The King's reaction was, “when the time for death comes let me die.” [Devī Bhāgavata, Dvitīya Skandha]. 
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