The battle between kR^iShNa and jvara became highly terrible with striking
of arms with loud sounds like the sounds of thunder falling on the
naivamevaM prahartavyamiti tatra mahAsvanaH |
muhUrtamabhavadyuddhamanyonyaM tu mahAtmanoH ||2-122-92
Loud sounds were heard there saying: Strike not like this, but like this.
A great battle occurred there between the two great souls.
tato jvaraM kanakavichitrabhUShaNaM
nyapIDayadbhujavalayena saMyuge |
sharIradhR^iggaganacharaM mahAmR^idhe ||2-122-93
Then the lord of the world (kR^iShNa),
as if about to cause destruction of the world,
jvara, who was moving in the sky and
decorated with beautiful golden ornaments, by encircling him with his
arms, in the great battle.
iti shrImahAbhArate khileShu harivaMshe viShNuparvaNi
Thus this is the one hundred and twentysecond lesson of viShNuparva,
harivaMsha, khila of mahAbhArata , kR^iShNa overcomes agni-s in combat,
and His battle with jvara.
##Itranslated by K S Ramachandran, ramachandran_ksr @ yahoo.ca
February 16, 2009
Further proof-read by Gilles Schaufelberger, schaufel @ wanadoo.fr
If you find any errors compared to Chitrashala Press edition,
send corrections to A. Harindranath, harindranath_a @ yahoo.com
Translated to English by A. Purushothaman [purushothaman_avaroth @
yahoo.com] and A. Harindranath
September 10, 2011##