|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 44: The Killing of Kaḿsa|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.44.24-25
tathaiva muṣṭikaḥ pūrvaḿ
pravepitaḥ sa rudhiram
udvaman mukhato 'rditaḥ
tathā — also; eva — similarly; muṣṭikaḥ — Muṣṭika; pūrvam — previously; sva-muṣṭyā — with his fist; abhihatena — who had been struck; vai — indeed; balabhadreṇa — by Lord Balarāma; balinā — the powerful; talena — with His palm; abhihataḥ — struck; bhṛśam — violently; pravepitaḥ — trembling; saḥ — he, Muṣṭika; rudhiram — blood; udvaman — vomiting; mukhataḥ — from his mouth; arditaḥ — tormented; vyasuḥ — lifeless; papāta — he fell; urvī — of the earth; upasthe — onto the lap; vāta — by the wind; āhataḥ — struck down; iva — like; ańghripaḥ — a tree.
Similarly, Muṣṭika struck Lord Balabhadra with his fist and was slain. Receiving a violent blow from the mighty Lord's palm, the demon trembled all over in great pain, vomited blood and then fell lifeless onto the ground, like a tree blown down by the wind.
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