sa vai tirohitān dṛṣṭvā
mahasā svena daitya-rāṭ
sendrān deva-gaṇān kṣībān
apaśyan vyanadad bhṛśam
saḥ—he; vai—indeed; tirohitān—vanished; dṛṣṭvā—having seen; mahasā—by might; svena—his own; daitya-rāṭ—the chief of the Daityas (demons); sa-indrān—along with Indra; deva-gaṇān—the demigods; kṣībān—intoxicated; apaśyan—not finding; vyanadat—roared; bhṛśam—loudly.
On not finding Indra and the other demigods, who had previously been intoxicated with power, the chief of the Daityas, seeing that they had all vanished before his might, roared loudly.
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