tam syena-vegam sata-candra-vartmabhis
carantam acchidram upary-adho harih
krtvatta-hasam kharam utsvanolbanam
nimilitaksam jagrhe maha-javah
tam—him (Hiranyakasipu); syena-vegam—possessing the speed of a hawk; sata-candra-vartmabhih—by the maneuvers of his sword and his shield, which was marked with a hundred moonlike spots; carantam—moving; acchidram—without any weak spot; upari-adhah—up and down; harih—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; krtva—making; atta-hasam—loud laughter; kharam—extremely shrill; utsvana-ulbanam—very fearful due to its great sound; nimilita—closed; aksam—eyes; jagrhe—captured; maha-javah—the greatly powerful Lord.
Making a loud, shrill sound of laughter, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Narayana, who is extremely strong and powerful, captured Hiranyakasipu, who was protecting himself with his sword and shield, leaving no gaps open. With the speed of a hawk, Hiranyakasipu moved sometimes in the sky and sometimes on the earth, his eyes closed because of fear of Nrsimhadeva’s laughter.
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