āvidhya śūlaṁ tarasāsurendraḥ
kṣiptvā mahendrāya vinadya vīro
hato ’si pāpeti ruṣā jagāda
tataḥ—thereafter; yuga-anta-agni—like the fire at the end of every millennium; kaṭhora—sharp; jihvam—possessing points; āvidhya—twirling; śūlam—the trident; tarasā—with great force; asura-indraḥ—the great hero of the demons, Vṛtrāsura; kṣiptvā—throwing; mahā-indrāya—unto King Indra; vinadya—roaring; vīraḥ—the great hero (Vṛtrāsura); hataḥ—killed; asi—you are; pāpa—O sinful one; iti—thus; ruṣā—with great anger; jagāda—be cried out.
Then Vṛtrāsura, the great hero of the demons, whirled his trident, which had points like the flames of the blazing fire at the end of the millennium. With great force and anger he threw it at Indra, roaring and exclaiming loudly, “O sinful one, thus shall I kill you!”
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