jambhaṁ śrutvā hataṁ tasya
jñātayo nāradād ṛṣeḥ
namuciś ca balaḥ pākas
jambham—Jambhāsura; śrutvā—after hearing; hatam—had been killed; tasya—his; jñātayaḥ—friends and relatives; nāradāt—from the source Nārada; ṛṣeḥ—from the great saint; namuciḥ—the demon Namuci; ca—also; balaḥ—the demon Bala; pākaḥ—the demon Pāka; tatra—there; āpetuḥ—immediately arrived; tvarā-anvitāḥ—with great haste.
When Nārada Ṛṣi informed Jambhāsura’s friends and relatives that Jambhāsura had been killed, the three demons named Namuci, Bala and Pāka arrived on the battlefield in great haste.
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