Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 77, Text 33

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SB 10.77.33

tam sastra-pugaih praharantam ojasa
 salvam saraih saurir amogha-vikramah
viddhvacchinad varma dhanuh siro-manim
 saubham ca satror gadaya ruroja ha
While Salva continued to hurl torrents of weapons at Him with great force, Lord Krsna, whose prowess never fails, shot His arrows at Salva, wounding him and shattering his armor, bow and crest jewel. Then with His club the Lord smashed His enemy’s Saubha airship.
Srila Prabhupada writes: “Then Salva thought that Krsna had been bewildered by his mystic representations, he became encouraged and began to attack the Lord with greater strength and energy by showering volumes of arrows upon Him. But the enthusiasm of Salva can be compared to the speedy march of flies into a fire. Lord Krsna, by hurling His arrows with unfathomable strength, injured Salva, whose armor, bow and jeweled helmet all scattered into pieces. With a crashing blow from Krsna’s club, Salva’s wonderful airplane burst into pieces and fell into the sea.”
The fact that Salva’s insignificant mystic power could not bewilder Lord Krsna is here emphatically demonstrated.
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 77, Text 32
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