1. 16

    तेनेत्थमाहतः क्षत्तर्भगवानादिसूकरः । नाकम्पत मनाक् क्वापि स्रजा हत इव द्विपः ।। ३-१९-१६ ।।

    Hit in this manner by the demon, O Vidura, the Lord, who had appeared as the first boar, did not feel the least quaking in any part of His body, any more than an elephant would when struck with a wreath of flowers. ।। 3-19-16 ।।

  2. 17

    अथोरुधाऽसृजन्मायां योगमायेश्वरे हरौ । यां विलोक्य प्रजास्त्रस्ता मेनिरेऽस्योपसंयमम् ।। ३-१९-१७ ।।

    The demon, however, employed many conjuring tricks against the Personality of Godhead, who is the Lord of yoga-māyā. At the sight of this the people were filled with alarm and thought that the dissolution of the universe was near. ।। 3-19-17 ।।

  3. 18

    प्रववुर्वायवश्चण्डास्तमः पांसवमैरयन् । दिग्भ्यो निपेतुर्ग्रावाणः क्षेपणैः प्रहिता इव ।। ३-१९-१८ ।।

    Fierce winds began to blow from all directions, spreading darkness occasioned by dust and hail storms; stones came in volleys from every corner, as if thrown by machine guns. ।। 3-19-18 ।।

  4. 19

    द्यौर्नष्टभगणाभ्रौघैः सविद्युत्स्तनयित्नुभिः । वर्षद्भिः पूयकेशासृग्विण्मूत्रास्थीनि चासकृत् ।। ३-१९-१९ ।।

    The luminaries in outer space disappeared due to the sky’s being overcast with masses of clouds, which were accompanied by lightning and thunder. The sky rained pus, hair, blood, stool, urine and bones. ।। 3-19-19 ।।

  5. 20

    गिरयः प्रत्यदृश्यन्त नानायुधमुचोऽनघ । दिग्वाससो यातुधान्यः शूलिन्यो मुक्तमूर्धजाः ।। ३-१९-२० ।।

    O sinless Vidura, mountains discharged weapons of various kinds, and naked demonesses armed with tridents appeared with their hair hanging loose. ।। 3-19-20 ।।