1. 21

    हयग्रीवः शङ्कुशिराः कपिलो मेघदुन्दुभिः । तारकश्चक्रदृक् शुम्भो निशुम्भो जम्भ उत्कलः ।। ८-१०-२१ ।।

    Hayagrīva, Śaṅkuśirā, Kapila, Meghadundubhi, Tāraka, Cakradṛk, Śumbha, Niśumbha, Jambha, Utkala, ।। 8-10-21 ।।

  2. 22

    अरिष्टोऽरिष्टनेमिश्च मयश्च त्रिपुराधिपः । अन्ये पौलोमकालेया निवातकवचादयः ।। ८-१०-२२ ।।

    Ariṣṭa, Ariṣṭanemi, Tripurādhipa, Maya, the sons of Puloma, the Kāleyas and Nivātakavaca. ।। 8-10-22 ।।

  3. 23

    अलब्धभागाः सोमस्य केवलं क्लेशभागिनः । सर्व एते रणमुखे बहुशो निर्जितामराः ।। ८-१०-२३ ।।

    All of these demons had been deprived of their share of the nectar and had shared merely in the labor of churning the ocean. Now, they fought against the demigods, and to encourage their armies ।। 8-10-23 ।।

  4. 24

    सिंहनादान् विमुञ्चन्तः शङ्खान् दध्मुर्महारवान् । दृष्ट्वा सपत्नानुत्सिक्तान् बलभित्कुपितो भृशम् ।। ८-१०-२४ ।।

    they made a tumultuous sound like the roaring of lions and blew loudly on conchshells. Balabhit, Lord Indra, upon seeing this situation of his ferocious rivals, became extremely angry. ।। 8-10-24 ।।

  5. 25

    ऐरावतं दिक्करिणमारूढः शुशुभे स्वराट् । यथा स्रवत्प्रस्रवणमुदयाद्रिमहर्पतिः ।। ८-१०-२५ ।।

    Sitting on Airāvata, an elephant who can go anywhere and who holds water and wine in reserve for showering, Lord Indra looked just like the sun rising from Udayagiri, where there are reservoirs of water. ।। 8-10-25 ।।