1. 26

    अहयोऽशनिनिःश्वासा वमन्तोऽग्निं रुषाक्षिभिः । अभ्यधावन् गजा मत्ताः सिंहव्याघ्राश्च यूथशः ।। ४-१०-२६ ।।

    Dhruva Mahārāja also saw many big serpents with angry eyes, vomiting forth fire and coming to devour him, along with groups of mad elephants, lions and tigers. ।। 4-10-26 ।।

  2. 27

    समुद्र ऊर्मिभिर्भीमः प्लावयन् सर्वतोभुवम् । आससाद महाह्रादः कल्पान्त इव भीषणः ।। ४-१०-२७ ।।

    Then, as if it were the time of the dissolution of the whole world, the fierce sea with foaming waves and great roaring sounds came forward before him. ।। 4-10-27 ।।

  3. 28

    एवं विधान्यनेकानि त्रासनान्यमनस्विनाम् । ससृजुस्तिग्मगतय आसुर्या माययासुराः ।। ४-१०-२८ ।।

    The demon Yakṣas are by nature very heinous, and by their demoniac power of illusion they can create many strange phenomena to frighten one who is less intelligent. ।। 4-10-28 ।।

  4. 29

    ध्रुवे प्रयुक्तामसुरैस्तां मायामतिदुस्तराम् । निशाम्य तस्य मुनयः समाशंसन् समागताः ।। ४-१०-२९ ।।

    When the great sages heard that Dhruva Mahārāja was overpowered by the illusory mystic tricks of the demons, they immediately assembled to offer him auspicious encouragement. ।। 4-10-29 ।।

  5. 30

    मुनय ऊचुः औत्तानपादे भगवांस्तव शार्ङ्गधन्वा देवः क्षिणोत्ववनतार्तिहरो विपक्षान् । यन्नामधेयमभिधाय निशम्य चाद्धा लोकोऽञ्जसा तरति दुस्तरमङ्ग मृत्युम् ।। ४-१०-३० ।।

    All the sages said: Dear Dhruva, O son of King Uttānapāda, may the Supreme Personality of Godhead known as Śārṅgadhanvā, who relieves the distresses of His devotees, kill all your threatening enemies. The holy name of the Lord is as powerful as the Lord Himself. Therefore, simply by chanting and hearing the holy name of the Lord, many men can be fully protected from fierce death without difficulty. Thus a devotee is saved. ।। 4-10-30 ।।