vrsakapis tu jambhena
ilvalah saha vatapir
utkalo matrbhih saha
kaleyair vasavo ’marah
visvedevas tu paulomai
rudrah krodhavasaih saha
vrsakapih—Lord Siva; tu—indeed; jambhena—with Jambha; mahisena—with Mahisasura; vibhavasuh—the fire-god; ilvalah—the demon Ilvala; saha vatapih—with his brother, Vatapi; brahma-putraih—with the sons of Brahma, such as Vasistha; arim-dama—O Maharaja Pariksit, suppressor of enemies; kamadevena—with Kamadeva; durmarsah—Durmarsa; utkalah—the demon Utkala; matrbhih saha—with the demigoddesses known as the Matrkas; brhaspatih—the demigod Brhaspati; ca—and; usanasa—with Sukracarya; narakena—with the demon known as Naraka; sanaiscarah—the demigod Sani, or Saturn; marutah—the demigods of air; nivatakavacaih—with the demon Nivatakavaca; kaleyaih—with the Kalakeyas; vasavah amarah—the Vasus fought; visvedevah—the Visvedeva demigods; tu—indeed; paulomaih—with the Paulomas; rudrah—the eleven Rudras; krodhavasaih saha—with the Krodhavasa demons.
O Maharaja Pariksit, suppressor of enemies [Arindama], Lord Siva fought with Jambha, and Vibhavasu fought with Mahisasura. Ilvala, along with his brother Vatapi, fought the sons of Lord Brahma. Durmarsa fought with Cupid, the demon Utkala with the Matrka demigoddesses, Brhaspati with Sukracarya, and Sanaiscara [Saturn] with Narakasura. The Maruts fought Nivatakavaca, the Vasus fought the Kalakeya demons, the Visvedeva demigods fought the Pauloma demons, and the Rudras fought the Krodhavasa demons, who were victims of anger.
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