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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.11.9
vilokya taḿ vajra-dharo 'tyamarṣitaḥ
sva-śatrave 'bhidravate mahā-gadām
cikṣepa tām āpatatīḿ suduḥsahāḿ
jagrāha vāmena kareṇa līlayā
vilokya — seeing; tam — him (Vṛtrāsura); vajra-dharaḥ — the carrier of the thunderbolt (King Indra); ati — very much; amarṣitaḥ — intolerant; sva — his own; śatrave — toward the enemy; abhidravate — running; mahā-gadām — a very powerful club; cikṣepa — threw; tām — that (club); āpatatīm — flying toward him; su-duḥsahām — very difficult to counteract; jagrāha — caught; vāmena — with his left; kareṇa — hand; līlayā — very easily.
Seeing Vṛtrāsura's disposition, Indra, the King of heaven, became intolerant and threw at him one of his great clubs, which are extremely difficult to counteract. However, as the club flew toward him, Vṛtrāsura easily caught it with his left hand.
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