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My dear King, a person who in the absence of an emergency robs a brahmana - or, indeed, anyone else - of his gems and gold is put into a hell known as Sandamsa. There his skin is torn and separated by red-hot iron balls and tongs

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"My dear King, a person who in the absence of an emergency robs a brāhmaṇa" |"or, indeed, anyone else" |"of his gems and gold is put into a hell known as Sandaṁśa. There his skin is torn and separated by red-hot iron balls and tongs"

Srimad-Bhagavatam

SB Canto 5

My dear King, a person who in the absence of an emergency robs a brāhmaṇa—or, indeed, anyone else—of his gems and gold is put into a hell known as Sandaṁśa. There his skin is torn and separated by red-hot iron balls and tongs.

My dear King, a person who in the absence of an emergency robs a brāhmaṇaor, indeed, anyone elseof his gems and gold is put into a hell known as Sandaṁśa. There his skin is torn and separated by red-hot iron balls and tongs. In this way, his entire body is cut to pieces.