1. 21

    शिरस्युत्पलपत्राभा दुर्धरेण निपातिताः | स तैः पञ्चभिराविद्धश्शरैश्शिरसि वानरः || ५-४६-२१

    - shining like red lotus petals, Durdhara pierced into the head of Hanuman. They were like petals of lilies thrown on the head of Hanuman (causing no pain). With five arrows pierced in the head of the vanara, Hanuman..... - [5-46-21]

  2. 22

    उत्पपात नदन् व्योम्नि दिशो दश विनादयन् | ततस्तु दुर्धरो वीरस्सरथस्सज्यकार्मुकः || ५-४६-२२

    - leaped into the sky with terrible roar, which resounded in all the ten directions. Then the hero, Durdhara, mounted on his chariot, fastened his bowstring..... - [5-46-22]

  3. 23

    किरन् शरशतैस्तीक्ष्णैरभिपेदे महाबलः | स कपिर्वारयामास तं व्योम्नि शरवर्षिणम् || ५-४६-२३

    - and hit powerful Hanuman with hundreds of sharp arrows. The great monkey kept away the showering arrows in the sky,..... - [5-46-23]

  4. 24

    वृष्टिमन्तं पयोदान्ते पयोदमिव मारुतः | अर्ध्यमानस्ततस्तेन दुर्धरेणानिलात्मजः || ५-४६-२४

    - like the wind prevents raincloud from showering rain drops at the end of monsoon. When the son of the Wind-god was attacked by Durdhara,..... - [5-46-24]

  5. 25

    चकार कदनं भूयो व्यवर्धत च वेगवान् | स दूरं सहसोत्पत्य दुर्धरस्य रथे हरिः || ५-४६-२५

    - then emitted a roar once again and swiftly expanded his body. Hanuman fell on Durdhara's chariot by suddenly leaping far off into the air..... - [5-46-25]