distya tvam vihitam mrtyum
ayam asaditah svayam
vikramyainam mrdhe hatva
lokan adhehi sarmani
distya—by fortune; tvam—to You; vihitam—ordained; mrtyum—death; ayam—this demon; asaditah—has come; svayam—of his own accord; vikramya—exhibiting Your prowess; enam—him; mrdhe—in the duel; hatva—killing; lokan—the worlds; adhehi—establish; sarmani—in peace.
This demon, luckily for us, has come of his own accord to You, his death ordained by You; therefore, exhibiting Your ways, kill him in the duel and establish the worlds in peace.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Third Canto, Eighteenth Chapter, of the Srimad-Bhagavatam, entitled “The Battle Between Lord Boar and the Demon Hiranyaksa.”
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