|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 76: The Battle Between Śālva and the Vṛṣṇis|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.76.9-11
nirudhya senayā śālvo
udyānāni ca sarvaśaḥ
vihārān sa vimānāgryān
pracaṇḍaś cakravāto 'bhūd
nirudhya — besieging; senayā — with an army; śālvaḥ — Śālva; mahatyā — large; bharata-ṛṣabha — O best of the Bharatas; purīm — the city; babhañja — he broke up; upavanān — the parks; udyanāni — gardens; ca — and; sarvaśaḥ — all around; sa-gopurāṇi — with towers; dvārāṇi — and gateways; prāsāda — mansions; aṭṭāla — observatories; tolikāḥ — and surrounding walls; vihārān — recreational areas; saḥ — he, Śālva; vimāna — of airships; agryāt — from the best; nipetuḥ — there fell; śastra — of weapons; vṛṣṭayaḥ — torrents; śilā — stones; drumāḥ — and trees; ca — also; aśanayaḥ — thunderbolts; sarpāḥ — snakes; āsāra-śarkarāḥ — and hailstones; pracaṇḍaḥ — fierce; cakravātaḥ — a whirlwind; abhūt — arose; rajasā — with dust; ācchādditāḥ — covered; diśaḥ — all the directions.
Śālva besieged the city with a large army, O best of the Bharatas, decimating the outlying parks and gardens, the mansions along with their observatories, towering gateways and surrounding walls, and also the public recreational areas. From his excellent airship he threw down a torrent of weapons, including stones, tree trunks, thunderbolts, snakes and hailstones. A fierce whirlwind arose and blanketed all directions with dust.
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