tasya te capa-nirmukta
bhittva varmani raksasam
kayan avivisus tigma
girin asanayo yatha
tasya—of Dhruva; te—those arrows; capa—from the bow; nirmuktah—released; bhittva—having pierced; varmani—shields; raksasam—of the demons; kayan—bodies; avivisuh—entered; tigmah—sharp; girin—mountains; asanayah—thunderbolts; yatha—just like.
The sharp arrows released from the bow of Dhruva Maharaja pierced the shields and bodies of the enemy, like the thunderbolts released by the King of heaven, which dismantle the bodies of the mountains.
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