- vṛkā varāhā mahiṣarkṣa-śalyā
- gopuccha-śālāvṛka-markaṭāś ca
- anyatra kṣudrā hariṇāḥ śaśādayaś
- caranty abhītā yad-anugraheṇa
vṛkāḥ—foxes; varāhāḥ—boars; mahiṣa—buffalos; ṛkṣa—bears; śalyāḥ—porcupines; gopuccha—a type of deer; śālāvṛka—wolves; markaṭāḥ—monkeys; ca—and; anyatra—elsewhere; kṣudrāḥ—small animals; hariṇāḥ—deer; śaśa-ādayaḥ—rabbits and others; caranti—roaming (in the forest); abhītāḥ—without fear; yat-anugraheṇa—by the mercy of that elephant.
By the mercy of this elephant, animals like the foxes, wolves, buffalos, bears, boars, gopucchas, porcupines, monkeys, rabbits, the other deer and many other small animals loitered elsewhere in the forest. They were not afraid of him.
All the animals were practically controlled by this elephant, yet although they could move without fear, because of respect they did not stand before him.