- bahubhir yakṣa-rakṣobhiḥ
- ātatāyibhir utsṛṣṭā
- hiṁsrā vāco 'tivaiśasāḥ
bahubhiḥ—by many; yakṣa-rakṣobhiḥ—Yakṣas and Rākṣasas; patti—marching on foot; aśva—on horses; ratha—on chariots; kuñjaraiḥ—or on elephants; ātatāyibhiḥ—ruffians; utsṛṣṭāḥ—were uttered; hiṁsrāḥ—cruel; vācaḥ—words; ati-vaiśasāḥ—murderous.
Cruel and savage slogans were uttered by hosts of ruffian Yakṣas and Rākṣasas, who all either marched on foot or rode on horses, elephants or chariots.