sa tan apatato vira
ekaikam yugapat sarvan
ahan banais tribhis tribhih
sah—Dhruva Maharaja; tan—all of them; apatatah—falling upon him; virah—hero; ugra-dhanva—powerful bowman; maha-rathah—who could fight with many chariots; eka-ekam—one after another; yugapat—simultaneously; sarvan—all of them; ahan—killed; banaih—by arrows; tribhih tribhih—by threes.
Dhruva Maharaja, who was a great charioteer and certainly a great bowman also, immediately began to kill them by simultaneously discharging arrows three at a time.
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