Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
- tam āpatantaṁ sa nigṛhya śṛṅgayoḥ
- padā samākramya nipātya bhū-tale
- niṣpīḍayām āsa yathārdram ambaraṁ
- kṛtvā viṣāṇena jaghāna so 'patat
tam—him; āpatantam—attacking; saḥ—He; nigṛhya—seizing; śṛṅgayoḥ—by the horns; padā—with His foot; samākramya—treading; nipātya—making him fall; bhū-tale—onto the ground; niṣpīḍayām āsa—He beat him; yathā—like; ardram—wet; ambaram—a garment; kṛtvā—making; viṣāṇena—with his horn; jaghāna—struck; saḥ—he; apatat—fell.
Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
As Ariṣṭa attacked, Lord Kṛṣṇa seized him by the horns and knocked him to the ground with His foot. The Lord then thrashed him as if he were a wet cloth, and finally He yanked out one of the demon's horns and struck him with it until he lay prostrate.