bahun dasa-satam lebhe
lokesu pavano yatha
sri-badarayanih uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami replied; haihayanam adhipatih—the King of the Haihayas; arjunah—by the name Kartaviryarjuna; ksatriya-rsabhah—the best of the ksatriyas; dattam—unto Dattatreya; narayana-amsa-amsam—the plenary portion of the plenary portion of Narayana; aradhya—after worshiping; parikarmabhih—by worship according to the regulative principles; bahun—arms; dasa-satam—one thousand (ten times one hundred); lebhe—achieved; durdharsatvam—the quality of being very difficult to conquer; aratisu—in the midst of enemies; avyahata—undefeatable; indriya-ojah—strength of the senses; sri—beauty; tejah—influence; virya—power; yasah—fame; balam—bodily strength; yoga-isvaratvam—controlling power gained by the practice of mystic yoga; aisvaryam—opulence; gunah—qualities; yatra—wherein; anima-adayah—eight kinds of yogic perfection (anima, laghima, etc.); cacara—he went; avyahata-gatih—whose progress was indefatigable; lokesu—all over the world or universe; pavanah—the wind; yatha—like.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: The best of the ksatriyas, Kartaviryarjuna, the King of the Haihayas, received one thousand arms by worshiping Dattatreya, the plenary expansion of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Narayana. He also became undefeatable by enemies and received unobstructed sensory power, beauty, influence, strength, fame and the mystic power by which to achieve all the perfections of yoga, such as anima and laghima. Thus having become fully opulent, he roamed all over the universe without opposition, just like the wind.
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