sa siṁha-vāha āsādya
gadām udyamya raṁhasā
jatrāv atāḍayac chakraṁ
gajaṁ ca sumahā-balaḥ
saḥ—Jambhāsura; siṁha-vāhaḥ—being carried by a lion; āsādya—coming before King Indra; gadām—his club; udyamya—taking up; raṁhasā—with great force; jatrau—on the base of the neck; atāḍayat—hit; śakram—Indra; gajam ca—as well as his elephant; su-mahā-balaḥ—the greatly powerful Jambhāsura.
The greatly powerful Jambhāsura, carried by a lion, approached Indra and forcefully struck him on the shoulder with his club. He also struck Indra’s elephant.
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