- atha rājani niryāte
- rāma āśrama āgataḥ
- śrutvā tat tasya daurātmyaṁ
- cukrodhāhir ivāhataḥ
atha—thereafter; rājani—when the King; niryāte—had gone away; rāmaḥ—Paraśurāma, the youngest son of Jamadagni; āśrame—in the cottage; āgataḥ—returned; śrutvā—when he heard; tat—that; tasya—of Kārtavīryārjuna; daurātmyam—nefarious act; cukrodha—became extremely angry; ahiḥ—a snake; iva—like; āhataḥ—trampled or injured.
Thereafter, Kārtavīryārjuna having left with the kāmadhenu, Paraśurāma returned to the āśrama. When Paraśurāma, the youngest son of Jamadagni, heard about Kārtavīryārjuna's nefarious deed, he became as angry as a trampled snake.