mÄlÄ« sumÄly atibalau yudhi petatur yac-
cakreá¹a ká¹tta-ÅirasÄv atha mÄlyavÄá¹s tam
Ähatya tigma-gadayÄhanad aá¹á¸ajendraá¹
tÄvac chiro 'cchinad arer nadato 'riá¹Ädyaá¸¥
mÄlÄ« sumÄlÄ« - two demons named MÄlÄ« and SumÄlÄ«; ati-balau - very powerful; yudhi - on the battlefield; petatuá¸¥ - fell down; yat-cakreá¹a - by whose disc; ká¹tta-Åirasau - their heads having been cut off; atha - thereupon; mÄlyavÄn - MÄlyavÄn; tam - the Supreme Personality of Godhead; Ähatya - attacking; tigma-gadayÄ - with a very sharp club; ahanat - attempted to attack, kill; aá¹á¸a-ja-indram - Garuá¸a, the king of all the birds, who are born from eggs; tÄvat - at that time; Åiraá¸¥ - the head; acchinat - cut off; areá¸¥ - of the enemy; nadataá¸¥ - roaring like a lion; ariá¹Ä - by the disc; Ädyaá¸¥ - the original Personality of Godhead.
Thus end the Bhaktivedanta purports of the Eighth Canto, Tenth Chapter, of the ÅrÄ«mad-BhÄgavatam, entitled âThe Battle Between the Demigods and the Demons.â