citra-vājaiḥ śarair api
icchantas tat pratīkartum
tataḥ — thereupon; parigha — with iron bludgeons; nistriṁśaiḥ — and swords; prāsa-śūla — with tridents; paraśvadhaiḥ — and lances; śakti — with pikes; ṛṣṭibhiḥ — and spears; bhuśuṇḍībhiḥ — with bhuśuṇḍī weapons; citra-vājaiḥ — having various feathers; śaraiḥ — with arrows; api — also; abhyavarṣan — they showered Dhruva; prakupitāḥ — being angry; sa-ratham — along with his chariot; saha-sārathim — along with his charioteer; icchantaḥ — desiring; tat — Dhruva’s activities; pratīkartum — to counteract; ayutānām — of ten-thousands; trayodaśa — thirteen.
The Yakṣa soldiers were 130,000 strong, all greatly angry and all desiring to defeat the wonderful activities of Dhruva Mahārāja. With full strength they showered upon Mahārāja Dhruva, along with his chariot and charioteer, various types of feathered arrows, parighas [iron bludgeons], nistriṁśas [swords], prāsaśūlas [tridents], paraśvadhas [lances], śaktis [pikes], ṛṣṭis [spears] and bhuśuṇḍī weapons.