so ’haṁ durmāyinas te ’dya
śiro hariṣye mandātman
ghaṭasva jñātibhiḥ saha
saḥ—I am the same powerful person; aham—I; durmāyinaḥ—of you, who can perform so much jugglery with illusions; te—of you; adya—today; vajreṇa—by the thunderbolt; śata-parvaṇā—which has hundreds of sharp edges; śiraḥ—the head; hariṣye—I shall separate; manda-ātman—O you with a poor fund of knowledge; ghaṭasva—just try to exist on this battlefield; jñātibhiḥ saha—with your relatives and assistants.
Today, with my thunderbolt, which has hundreds of sharp edges, I, the same powerful person, shall sever your head from your body. Although you can produce so much jugglery through illusion, you are endowed with a poor fund of knowledge. Now, try to exist on this battlefield with your relatives and friends.
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