रनेकशोऽश्वा: शरवृक्णकन्धरा: ।
पदायतश्छिन्नभुजोरुकन्धरा: ॥ २४ ॥
anekaśo ’śvāḥ śara-vṛkṇa-kandharāḥ
nirbhinna — split; kumbhāḥ — the protuberances of their foreheads; kariṇaḥ — elephants; nipetuḥ — fell; anekaśaḥ — many at a time; aśvāḥ — horses; śara — by the arrows; vṛkṇa — severed; kandharāḥ — whose necks; rathāḥ — chariots; hata — struck; aśva — whose horses; dhvaja — flags; sūta — drivers; nāyakāḥ — and masters; padāyataḥ — foot soldiers; chinna — cut; bhuja — whose arms; ūru — thighs; kandharāḥ — and shoulders.
Elephants fell to the ground, their foreheads split open, cavalry horses fell with severed necks, chariots fell with their horses, flags, drivers and masters all shattered, and foot soldiers collapsed with severed arms, thighs and shoulders.