रभ्यद्रवत्तार्क्ष्यसुतं यथोरग: ॥ ७ ॥
grasaṁs tri-lokīm iva pañcabhir mukhair
abhyadravat tārkṣya-sutaṁ yathoragaḥ
tri-śūlam — his trident; udyamya — raising; su — very; durnirīkṣaṇaḥ — difficult to look at; yuga-anta — at the end of a millennium; sūrya — of the sun; anala — (like) the fire; rociḥ — whose effulgence; ulbaṇaḥ — terrible; grasan — swallowing; tri-lokīm — the three worlds; iva — as if; pañcabhiḥ — with his five; mukhaiḥ — mouths; abhyadravat — he attacked; tārkṣya-sutam — Garuḍa, the son of Tārkṣya; yathā — as; uragaḥ — a snake.
Shining with the blinding, terrible effulgence of the sun’s fire at the end of a millennium, Mura seemed to be swallowing up the three worlds with his five mouths. He lifted up his trident and fell upon Garuḍa, the son of Tārkṣya, like an attacking snake.