nairrtas te samadista
bhartra vai sula-panayah
nadanto bhairavam nadam
chindhi bhindhiti vadinah
asinam cahanan sulaih
nairrtah—the demons; te—they; samadistah—being fully advised; bhartra—by their master; vai—indeed; sula-panayah—having tridents in their hands; tigma—very sharp; damstra—teeth; karala—and fearful; asyah—faces; tamra-smasru—coppery mustaches; siroruhah—and hair on the head; nadantah—vibrating; bhairavam—fearful; nadam—sound; chindhi—chop; bhindhi—divide into small parts; iti—thus; vadinah—speaking; asinam—who was sitting silently; ca—and; ahanan—attacked; sulaih—with their tridents; prahradam—Prahlada Maharaja; sarva-marmasu—on the tender parts of the body.
The demons [Raksasas], the servants of Hiranyakasipu, thus began striking the tender parts of Prahlada Maharaja’s body with their tridents. The demons all had fearful faces, sharp teeth and reddish, coppery beards and hair, and they appeared extremely threatening. Making a tumultuous sound, shouting, “Chop him up! Pierce him!” they began striking Prahlada Maharaja, who sat silently, meditating upon the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
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