TEXTS 30–31
aparajitena namucir
asvinau vrsaparvana
suryo bali-sutair devo
bana-jyesthaih satena ca
rahuna ca tatha somah
pulomna yuyudhe ’nilah
nisumbha-sumbhayor devi
bhadrakali tarasvini
SYNONYMS
aparajitena—with the demigod Aparajita; namucih—the demon Namuci; asvinau—the Asvini brothers; vrsaparvana—with the demon Vrsaparva; suryah—the sun-god; bali-sutaih—with the sons of Bali; devah—the god; bana-jyesthaih—the chief of whom is Bana; satena—numbering one hundred; ca—and; rahuna—by Rahu; ca—also; tatha—as well as; somah—the moon-god; pulomnaPuloma; yuyudhe—fought; anilah—the demigod Anila, who controls air; nisumbha—the demon Nisumbha; sumbhayoh—with Sumbha; devi—the goddess Durga; bhadrakaliBhadra Kali; tarasvini—extremely powerful.
TRANSLATION
The demigod Aparajita fought with Namuci, and the two Asvini-kumara brothers fought with Vrsaparva. The sun-god fought with the one hundred sons of Maharaja Bali, headed by Bana, and the moon-god fought with Rahu. The demigod controlling air fought with Puloma, and Sumbha and Nisumbha fought the supremely powerful material energy, Durgadevi, who is called Bhadra Kali.

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