Nagavagga ⧸ Gāthā 324

Dhanapālako nāma kuñjaro kaṭukappabhedano dunnivārayo
Baddho kabalaṃ na bhuñjati sumarati nāgavanassa kuñjaro

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The Elephant ⧸ Verse 324

The elephant called Dhanapalaka, his temples running with sap, and difficult to hold, does not eat a morsel when bound; the elephant longs for the elephant grove.
English translation by Max Müller, from The Sacred Books of the East (1881).

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