tato nipetus taravo
tataḥ—from that great mountain; nipetuḥ—began to fall; taravaḥ—large trees; dahyamānāḥ—blazing in fire; dava-agninā—by the forest fire; śilāḥ—and stones; sa-ṭaṅka-śikharāḥ—having edges with points as sharp as stone picks; cūrṇayantyaḥ—smashing; dviṣat-balam—the strength of the enemies.
From that mountain fell trees blazing in a forest fire. Chips of stone, with sharp edges like picks, also fell and smashed the heads of the demigod soldiers.
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