TEXTS 19–22
namucih sambaro ’narva
dvimurdha rsabho ’surah
hayagrivah sankusira
vipracittir ayomukhah
puloma vrsaparva ca
prahetir hetir utkalah
daiteya danava yaksa
raksamsi ca sahasrasah
sumali-mali-pramukhah
kartasvara-paricchadah
pratisidhyendra-senagram
mrtyor api durasadam
abhyardayann asambhrantah
simha-nadena durmadah
gadabhih parighair banaih
prasa-mudgara-tomaraih
SYNONYMS
namucihNamuci; sambarah—Sambara; anarvaAnarva; dvimurdhaDvimurdha; rsabhah—Rsabha; asurahAsura; hayagrivahHayagriva; sankusirah—Sankusira; vipracittih—Vipracitti; ayomukhah—Ayomukha; pulomaPuloma; vrsaparvaVrsaparva; ca—also; prahetih—Praheti; hetih—Heti; utkalahUtkala; daiteyah—the Daityas; danavah—the Danavas; yaksah—the Yaksas; raksamsi—the Raksasas; ca—and; sahasrasah—by the thousands; sumali-mali-pramukhah—others, headed by Sumali and Mali; kartasvara—of gold; paricchadah—dressed in ornaments; pratisidhya—keeping back; indra-sena-agram—the front of Indra’s army; mrtyoh—for death; api—even; durasadam—difficult to approach; abhyardayan—harassed; asambhrantah—without fear; simha-nadena—with a sound like a lion; durmadah—furious; gadabhih—with clubs; parighaih—with iron-studded bludgeons; banaih—with arrows; prasa-mudgara-tomaraih—with barbed missiles, mallets and lances.
TRANSLATION
Many hundreds and thousands of demons, demi-demons, Yaksas, Raksasas [man-eaters] and others, headed by Sumali and Mali, resisted the armies of King Indra, which even death personified cannot easily overcome. Among the demons were Namuci, Sambara, Anarva, Dvimurdha, Rsabha, Asura, Hayagriva, Sankusira, Vipracitti, Ayomukha, Puloma, Vrsaparva, Praheti, Heti and Utkala. Roaring tumultuously and fearlessly like lions, these invincible demons, all dressed in golden ornaments, gave pain to the demigods with weapons like clubs, bludgeons, arrows, barbed darts, mallets and lances.

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