te ’nyonyato ’surah patram
ayantim dadrsuh striyam
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; te—the demons; anyonyatah—among themselves; asurah—the demons; patram—the container of nectar; harantah—snatching from one another; tyakta-sauhrdah—became inimical toward one another; ksipantah—sometimes throwing; dasyu-dharmanah—sometimes snatching like robbers; ayantim—coming forward; dadrsuh—saw; striyam—a very beautiful and attractive woman.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: Thereafter, the demons became inimical toward one another. Throwing and snatching the container of nectar, they gave up their friendly relationship. Meanwhile, they saw a very beautiful young woman coming forward toward them.
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