kecit prāñjalayo dīnā
bhītāḥ sma iti vādinaḥ
kecit—some of them; prāñjalayaḥ—folded their hands just to please you; dīnāḥ—very poor; nyasta-śastrāḥ—being bereft of all weapons; divaukasaḥ—the demigods; mukta-kaccha-śikhāḥ—their garments and hair loosened and scattered; kecit—some of them; bhītāḥ—we are very much afraid; sma—so became; iti vādinaḥ—they spoke thus.
Defeated and bereft of all weapons, some of the demigods gave up fighting and praised you with folded hands, and some of them, appearing before you with loosened garments and hair, said, “O lord, we are very much afraid of you.”
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