sakhayam patitam drstva
jambho bali-sakhah suhrt
abhyayat sauhrdam sakhyur
sakhayam—his intimate friend; patitam—having fallen; drstva—after seeing; jambhah—the demon Jambha; bali-sakhah—a very intimate friend of Bali Maharaja; suhrt—and constant well-wisher; abhyayat—appeared on the scene; sauhrdam—very compassionate friendship; sakhyuh—of his friend; hatasya—who was injured and fallen; api—although; samacaran—just to perform friendly duties.
When the demon Jambhasura saw that his friend Bali had fallen, he appeared before Indra, the enemy, just to serve Bali Maharaja with friendly behavior.
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