- hatāvaśiṣṭā itare raṇājirād
- rakṣo-gaṇāḥ kṣatriya-varya-sāyakaiḥ
- prāyo vivṛkṇāvayavā vidudruvur
- mṛgendra-vikrīḍita-yūthapā iva
hata-avaśiṣṭāḥ—the remaining soldiers who were not killed; itare—others; raṇa-ajirāt—from the battlefield; rakṣaḥ-gaṇāḥ—the Yakṣas; kṣatriya-varya—of the greatest of the kṣatriyas, or warriors; sāyakaiḥ—by the arrows; prāyaḥ—mostly; vivṛkṇa—cut to pieces; avayavāḥ—their bodily limbs; vidudruvuḥ—fled; mṛgendra—by a lion; vikrīḍita—being defeated; yūthapāḥ—elephants; iva—like.
The remaining Yakṣas who somehow or other were not killed had their limbs cut to pieces by the arrows of the great warrior Dhruva Mahārāja. Thus they began to flee, just as elephants flee when defeated by a lion.