- abādhanta munīn anye
- eke patnīr atarjayan
- apare jagṛhur devān
- pratyāsannān palāyitān
abādhanta—blocked the way; munīn—the sages; anye—others; eke—some; patnīḥ—the women; atarjayan—threatened; apare—others; jagṛhuḥ—arrested; devān—the demigods; pratyāsannān—near at hand; palāyitān—who were fleeing.
Some blocked the way of the fleeing sages, some threatened the women assembled there, and some arrested the demigods who were fleeing the pandal.