taṁ vyagra-cakraṁ diti-putrādhamena
citrā vāco ’tad-vidāṁ khe-carāṇāṁ
tatra smāsan svasti te ’muṁ jahīti
tam—unto the Personality of Godhead; vyagra—revolving; cakram—whose discus; diti-putra—son of Diti; adhamena—vile; sva-pārṣada—of His associates; mukhyena—with the chief; viṣajjamānam—playing; citrāḥ—various; vācaḥ—expressions; a-tat-vidām—of those who did not know; khe-carāṇām—flying in the sky; tatra—there; sma āsan—occurred; svasti—fortune; te—unto You; amum—him; jahi—please kill; iti—thus.
As the discus began to revolve in the Lord’s hands and the Lord contended at close quarters with the chief of His Vaikuṇṭha attendants, who had been born as Hiraṇyākṣa, a vile son of Diti, there issued from every direction strange expressions uttered by those who were witnessing from airplanes. They had no knowledge of the Lord’s reality, and they cried, “May victory attend You! Pray dispatch him. Play no more with him.”
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