rudrair vasubhir adityair
marudbhir rbhubhih sadhyair
drstva vajra-dharam sakram
rocamanam svaya sriya
namrsyann asura rajan
rudraih—by the Rudras; vasubhih—by the Vasus; adityaih—by the Adityas; asvibhyam—by the Asvini-kumaras; pitr—by the Pitas; vahnibhih—and the Vahnis; marudbhih—by the Maruts; rbhubhih—by the Rbhus; sadhyaih—by the Sadhyas; visve-devaih—by the Visvadevas; marut-patim—Indra, the heavenly King; drstva—seeing; vajra-dharam—bearing the thunderbolt; sakram—another name of Indra; rocamanam—shining; svaya—by his own; sriya—opulence; na—not; amrsyan—tolerated; asurah—all the demons; rajan—O King; mrdhe—in the fight; vrtra-purahsarah—headed by Vrtrasura.
O King, when all the asuras came onto the battlefield, headed by Vrtrasura, they saw King Indra carrying the thunderbolt and surrounded by the Rudras, Vasus, Adityas, Asvini-kumaras, Pitas, Vahnis, Maruts, Rbhus, Sadhyas and Visvadevas. Surrounded by his company, Indra shone so brightly that his effulgence was intolerable to the demons.
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