sapatnānāṁ parām ṛddhiṁ
dṛṣṭvā te diti-nandanāḥ
sapatnānām—of their rivals, the demigods; parām—the best; ṛddhim—opulence; dṛṣṭvā—observing; te—all of them; diti-nandanāḥ—the sons of Diti, the Daityas; amṛṣyamāṇāḥ—being intolerant; utpetuḥ—ran toward (just to create a disturbance); devān—the demigods; pratyudyata-āyudhāḥ—their weapons raised.
Seeing the victory of the demigods, the demons became intolerant of their superior opulence. Thus they began to march toward the demigods with raised weapons.
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