devair abhyarthito daityan
indras tasmai punar dattva
grhitva caranau rajeh
atmanam arpayam asa
devaih—by the demigods; abhyarthitah—being requested; daityan—the demons; hatva—killing; indraya—to Indra, the King of heaven; adadat—delivered; divam—the kingdom of heaven; indrah—the King of heaven; tasmai—unto him, Raji; punah—again; dattva—returning; grhitva—capturing; caranau—the feet; rajeh—of Raji; atmanam—the self; arpayam asa—surrendered; prahrada-adi—Prahlada and others; ari-sankitah—being afraid of such enemies.
On the request of the demigods, Raji killed the demons and thus returned the kingdom of heaven to Lord Indra. But Indra, fearing such demons as Prahlada, returned the kingdom of heaven to Raji and surrendered himself at Raji’s lotus feet.
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