darendra vidrāvaya kṛṣṇa-pūrito
bhīma-svano ’rer hṛdayāni kampayan
tvam—you; yātudhāna—Rākṣasas; pramatha—Pramathas; preta—Pretas; mātṛ—Mātās; piśāca—Piśācas; vipra-graha—brāhmaṇa ghosts; ghora-dṛṣṭīn—who have very fearful eyes; darendra—O Pāñcajanya, the conchshell in the hands of the Lord; vidrāvaya—drive away; kṛṣṇa-pūritaḥ—being filled with air from the mouth of Kṛṣṇa; bhīma-svanaḥ—sounding extremely fearful; areḥ—of the enemy; hṛdayāni—the cores of the hearts; kampayan—causing to tremble.
O best of conchshells, O Pāñcajanya in the hands of the Lord, you are always filled with the breath of Lord Kṛṣṇa. Therefore you create a fearful sound vibration that causes trembling in the hearts of enemies like the Rākṣasas, pramatha ghosts, Pretas, Mātās, Piśācas and brāhmaṇa ghosts with fearful eyes.
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