Bhagavatam By Braja

1.7.34-37

When Arjuna began to drag his enemy, bound in ropes, back to the camp, the All-Attractive spoke with anger in the glance of his lotus-like eyes: “Pārtha, it is not at all right to spare this so-called brahmin! Kill him!!! He killed your faultless children while they dreamt at night! A truly moral person does not kill an enemy who is frightened, without weapons, begging for mercy, ignorant of their mistake, ridiculous, intoxicated, unaware, asleep, a youth, or a woman. One who kills others just to save his own life is shamelessly wicked. Death is good for such people, otherwise their horrific faults drag them ever lower.

38

“And I personally heard you promise your wife, ‘Pāñcālī, I shall bring you the head of he who you say killed our children!’

39

“Therefore kill this evil assassin of his own doom who killed your children and defiled his own…

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