तेऽन्योन्यमभिसंसृत्य क्षिपन्तो मर्मभिर्मिथः ।
आह्वयन्तो विशन्तोऽग्रे युयुधुर्द्वन्द्वयोधिनः ॥२७॥

te 'nyonyam abhisaṁsṛtya
kṣipanto marmabhir mithaḥ
āhvayanto viśanto 'gre
yuyudhur dvandva-yodhinaḥ

 te - all of them (the demigods and the demons); anyonyam - one another; abhisaṁsṛtya - having come forward face to face; ká¹£ipantaḥ - chastising one another; marmabhiḥ mithaḥ - with much pain to the cores of the hearts of one another; Ähvayantaḥ - addressing one another; viśantaḥ - having entered the battlefield; agre - in front; yuyudhuḥ - fought; dvandva-yodhinaḥ - two combatants chose each other.


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The demigods and demons came before each other and reproached one another with words piercing to the heart. Then they drew near and began fighting face to face in pairs.

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