jaghāna rundhānam asahya-vikramaṁ
sa līlayebhaṁ mṛgarāḍ ivāmbhasi
yathā gajendro jagatīṁ vibhindan
jaghāna—killed; rundhānam—the obstructive enemy; asahya—unbearable; vikramam—prowess; saḥ—He; līlayā—easily; ibham—the elephant; mṛga-rāṭ—the lion; iva—like; ambhasi—in the water; tat-rakta—of his blood; paṅka-aṅkita—smeared by the pool; gaṇḍa—cheeks; tuṇḍaḥ—tongue; yathā—as if; gajendraḥ—the elephant; jagatīm—earth; vibhindan—digging.
Thereupon Lord Boar killed the demon within the water, just as a lion kills an elephant. The cheeks and tongue of the Lord became smeared with the blood of the demon, just as an elephant becomes reddish from digging in the purple earth.
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