1. 11

    शिला द्रुमाश्चाशनयः सर्पा आसारशर्कराः । प्रचण्डश्चक्रवातोऽभूद्रजसाऽऽच्छादिता दिशः ।। १०-७६-११ ।।

    including stones, tree trunks, thunderbolts, snakes and hailstones. A fierce whirlwind arose and blanketed all directions with dust. ।। 10-76-11 ।।

  2. 12

    इत्यर्द्यमाना सौभेन कृष्णस्य नगरी भृशम् । नाभ्यपद्यत शं राजंस्त्रिपुरेण यथा मही ।। १०-७६-१२ ।।

    Thus terribly tormented by the airship Saubha, Lord Kṛṣṇa’s city had no peace, O King, just like the earth when it was attacked by the three aerial cities of the demons. ।। 10-76-12 ।।

  3. 13

    प्रद्युम्नो भगवान् वीक्ष्य बाध्यमाना निजाः प्रजाः । मा भैष्टेत्यभ्यधाद्वीरो रथारूढो महायशाः ।। १०-७६-१३ ।।

    Seeing His subjects so harassed, the glorious and heroic Lord Pradyumna told them, “Do not fear,” and mounted His chariot. ।। 10-76-13 ।।

  4. 14

    सात्यकिश्चारुदेष्णश्च साम्बोऽक्रूरः सहानुजः । हार्दिक्यो भानुविन्दश्च गदश्च शुकसारणौ ।। १०-७६-१४ ।।

    The chief commanders of the chariot warriors — Sātyaki, Cārudeṣṇa, Sāmba, Akrūra and his younger brothers, along with Hārdikya, Bhānuvinda, Gada, Śuka and Sāraṇa ।। 10-76-14 ।।

  5. 15

    अपरे च महेष्वासा रथयूथपयूथपाः । निर्ययुर्दंशिता गुप्ता रथेभाश्वपदातिभिः ।। १०-७६-१५ ।।

    went out of the city with many other eminent bowmen, all girded in armor and protected by contingents of soldiers riding on chariots, elephants and horses, and also by companies of infantry. ।। 10-76-15 ।।