āhatya vyanadat saṅkhye
satoya iva toyadaḥ
namuciḥ—the demon named Namuci; pañca-daśabhiḥ—with fifteen; svarṇa-puṅkhaiḥ—with golden feathers attached; mahā-iṣubhiḥ—very powerful arrows; āhatya—piercing; vyanadat—resounded; saṅkhye—on the battlefield; sa-toyaḥ—bearing water; iva—like; toya-daḥ—a cloud that delivers rain.
Then Namuci, another demon, attacked Indra and injured him with fifteen very powerful golden-feathered arrows, which roared like a cloud full of water.
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