मिथ: समेत्याश्वतरै: सुदुर्मदा
न्यहन्शरैर्दद्भिरिव द्विपा वने ॥ १५ ॥
kharoṣṭra-gobhir mahiṣair narair api
mithaḥ sametyāśvataraiḥ su-durmadā
nyahan śarair dadbhir iva dvipā vane
patat-patākaiḥ — with flags flying; ratha — on chariots; kuñjara — elephants; ādibhiḥ — and other carriers; khara — on asses; uṣṭra — camels; gobhiḥ — and bulls; mahiṣaiḥ — on buffalos; naraiḥ — on human beings; api — even; mithaḥ — together; sametya — meeting; aśvataraiḥ — and on mules; su-durmadāḥ — very much enraged; nyahan — they attacked; śaraiḥ — with arrows; dadbhiḥ — with their tusks; iva — as if; dvipāḥ — elephants; vane — in the forest.
Riding on elephants and chariots with flags flying, and also on donkeys, camels, bulls, buffalos, mules and even human beings, the extremely enraged warriors came together and violently attacked one another with arrows, just as elephants in the forest attack one another with their tusks.