विलक्ष्य दैत्यं भगवान् सहस्रणी-
र्जगाद नारायणमादिसूकरम् ॥ २१ ॥
vilakṣya daityaṁ bhagavān sahasra-ṇīr
jagāda nārāyaṇam ādi-sūkaram
āsanna — attained; śauṇḍīram — power; apeta — devoid of; sādhvasam — fear; kṛta — making; pratīkāram — opposition; ahārya — unopposable; vikramam — having power; vilakṣya — having seen; daityam — the demon; bhagavān — the worshipful Brahmā; sahasra-nīḥ — the leader of thousands of sages; jagāda — addressed; nārāyaṇam — Lord Nārāyaṇa; ādi — the original; sūkaram — having the form of a boar.
After arriving at the place of combat, Brahmā, the leader of thousands of sages and transcendentalists, saw the demon, who had attained such unprecedented power that no one could fight with him. Brahmā then addressed Nārāyaṇa, who was assuming the form of a boar for the first time.