sa hata tena gadaya
tad adbhutam ivabhavat
sa—that mace; hata—struck; tena—by Hiranyaksa; gadaya—with his mace; vihata—slipped; bhagavat—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; karat—from the hand; vighurnita—whirling; apatat—fell down; reje—was shining; tat—that; adbhutam—miraculous; iva—indeed; abhavat—was.
Struck by the demonís mace, however, the Lordís mace slipped from His hand and looked splendid as it fell down whirling. This was miraculous, for the mace was blazing wonderfully.
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