Indra

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Hey wicked demon

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Hey wicked demon, why have you come here?

I will send you to Lord Yama’s abode without any difficulty

Hey warrior, come to the battle field

I, who killed Jambhasura, will destroy your

arrogance and kill you with my Vajrayudha.

Hey warrior, come to the battle field. 

 

Do not be sad

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Sloka:

Hearing about Urvashi’s curse and resultant trouble caused to Arjuna, Indra came and consoled the former

Do not be sad, now, hey great one, the lamp of Manu dynasty.  Be courageous in mind.  This curse shall be rendered appropriate and in your favour

The Urvashi-delivered curse – would be of use to you – hey, the gem of earth and the one who kills the pride of foes

During the period of exile, you shall undergo this curse – hey learned one, no doublt about that

 

Son, Arjuna, Live Long

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Sloka:

By making Jayanthan (the son of Indra), who was sitting nearby, envious, Indra offered to share the Divine Seat to Arjuna, and spoke to him who was contendedly positioned with closed palms

Son, Arjuna, Live Long, hey the very seat of all good goo qualities such as humility

 

Hey, Mathali, listen to my words

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Sloka:

Indra, having come to know that Arjuna has attained the divine weapon from Lord Siva, and hence, desirous of bringing Arjuna to Heaven, told thus to Mathali, his charioteer and who was already present before him with bowing hands

Hey, Mathali, listen to my words 

From Lord Siva – swiftly – Paasupatha Arrow – having properly attained – by Arjuna now

The one with adorable qualities – a king and very valorous – my son is – know that adequately

Such a heroic one – in these three worlds – Anywhere – cannot be seen – If you consider