raksah-patis tad avalokya nikumbha-kumbha-
putram prahastam atikaya-vikampanadin
sarvanugan samahinod atha kumbhakarnam
raksah-patih—the master of the Raksasas (Ravana); tat—such disturbances; avalokya—after seeing; nikumbha—Nikumbha; kumbha—Kumbha; dhumraksa—Dhumraksa; durmukha—Durmukha; surantaka—Surantaka; narantaka—Narantaka; adin—all of them together; putram—his son, Indrajit; prahastam—Prahasta; atikaya—Atikaya; vikampana—Vikampana; adin—all of them together; sarva-anugan—all followers of Ravana; samahinot—ordered (to fight with the enemies); atha—at last; kumbhakarnam—Kumbhakarna, the most important brother.
When Ravana, the master of the Raksasas, saw the disturbances created by the monkey soldiers, he called for Nikumbha, Kumbha, Dhumraksa, Durmukha, Surantaka, Narantaka and other Raksasas and also his son Indrajit. Thereafter he called for Prahasta, Atikaya, Vikampana and finally Kumbhakarna. Then he induced all his followers to fight against the enemies.
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