tatah sapatnam mukhatas
hanav asuram aksajah
tatah—then; sapatnam—enemy; mukhatah—in front of Him; carantam—stalking; akutah-bhayam—fearlessly; jaghana—struck; utpatya—after springing up; gadaya—with His mace; hanau—at the chin; asuram—the demon; aksa-jah—the Lord, who was born from the nostril of Brahma.
The Lord, who had appeared from the nostril of Brahma, sprang and aimed His mace at the chin of His enemy, the Hiranyaksa demon, who was stalking fearlessly before Him.
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