bhramat samantad bhagavat-prayuktam
dandagdhi dandagdhy ari-sainyam asu
kaksam yatha vata-sakho hutasah
cakram—the disc of the Lord; yuga-anta—at the end of the millennium; anala—like the fire of devastation; tigma-nemi—with a sharp rim; bhramat—wandering; samantat—on all sides; bhagavat-prayuktam—being engaged by the Lord; dandagdhi dandagdhi—please burn completely, please burn completely; ari-sainyam—the army of our enemies; asu—immediately; kaksam—dry grass; yatha—like; vata-sakhah—the friend of the wind; hutasah—blazing fire.
Set into motion by the Supreme Personality of Godhead and wandering in all the four directions, the disc of the Supreme Lord has sharp edges as destructive as the fire of devastation at the end of the millennium. As a blazing fire burns dry grass to ashes with the assistance of the breeze, may that Sudarsana cakra burn our enemies to ashes.
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