tatas ca gadayaratim
daksinasyam bhruvi prabhuh
ajaghne sa tu tam saumya
gadaya kovido ’hanat
tatah—then; ca—and; gadaya—with His mace; aratim—the enemy; daksinasyam—on the right; bhruvi—on the brow; prabhuh—the Lord; ajaghne—struck; sah—the Lord; tu—but; tam—the mace; saumya—O gentle Vidura; gadaya—with his mace; kovidah—expert; ahanat—he saved himself.
Then with His mace the Lord struck the enemy on the right of his brow, but since the demon was expert in fighting, O gentle Vidura, he protected himself by a maneuver of his own mace.
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