1. 6

    स तुद्यमानोऽरिदुरुक्ततोमरैर्दंष्ट्राग्रगां गामुपलक्ष्य भीताम् । तोदं मृषन् निरगादम्बुमध्याद्ग्राहाहतः स करेणुर्यथेभः ।। ३-१८-६ ।।

    Although the Lord was pained by the shaftlike abusive words of the demon, He bore the pain. But seeing that the earth on the ends of His tusks was frightened, He rose out of the water just as an elephant emerges with its female companion when assailed by an alligator. ।। 3-18-6 ।।

  2. 7

    तं निःसरन्तं सलिलादनुद्रुतो हिरण्यकेशो द्विरदं यथा झषः । करालदंष्ट्रोऽशनिनिस्वनोऽब्रवीद्गतह्रियां किं त्वसतां विगर्हितम् ।। ३-१९-७ ।।

    The demon, who had golden hair on his head and fearful tusks, gave chase to the Lord while He was rising from the water, even as an alligator would chase an elephant. Roaring like thunder, he said: Are You not ashamed of running away before a challenging adversary? There is nothing reproachable for shameless creatures! ।। 3-18-7 ।।

  3. 8

    स गामुदस्तात्सलिलस्य गोचरे विन्यस्य तस्यामदधात्स्वसत्त्वम् । अभिष्टुतो विश्वसृजा प्रसूनैरापूर्यमाणो विबुधैः पश्यतोऽरेः ।। ३-१८-८ ।।

    The Lord placed the earth within His sight on the surface of the water and transferred to her His own energy in the form of the ability to float on the water. While the enemy stood looking on, Brahmā, the creator of the universe, extolled the Lord, and the other demigods rained flowers on Him. ।। 3-18-8 ।।

  4. 9

    परानुषक्तं तपनीयोपकल्पं महागदं काञ्चनचित्रदंशम् । मर्माण्यभीक्ष्णं प्रतुदन्तं दुरुक्तैः प्रचण्डमन्युः प्रहसंस्तं बभाषे ।। ३-१८-९ ।।

    The demon, who had a wealth of ornaments, bangles and beautiful golden armor on his body, chased the Lord from behind with a great mace. The Lord tolerated his piercing ill words, but in order to reply to him, He expressed His terrible anger. ।। 3-18-9 ।।

  5. 10

    श्रीभगवानुवाच सत्यं वयं भो वनगोचरा मृगा युष्मद्विधान् मृगये ग्रामसिंहान् । न मृत्युपाशैः प्रतिमुक्तस्य वीरा विकत्थनं तव गृह्णन्त्यभद्र ।। ३-१८-१० ।।

    The Personality of Godhead said: Indeed, We are creatures of the jungle, and We are searching after hunting dogs like you. One who is freed from the entanglement of death has no fear from the loose talk in which you are indulging, for you are bound up by the laws of death. ।। 3-18-10 ।।