SB 3.30.27

kṛntanaṁ cāvayavaśo
 gajādibhyo bhidāpanam
pātanaṁ giri-śṛṅgebhyo
 rodhanaṁ cāmbu-gartayoḥ
Word for word: 
kṛntanam — cutting off; ca — and; avayavaśaḥ — limb by limb; gaja-ādibhyaḥ — by elephants and so on; bhidāpanam — tearing; pātanam — hurling down; giri — of hills; śṛṅgebhyaḥ — from the tops; rodhanam — enclosing; ca — and; ambu-gartayoḥ — in water or in a cave.
Translation: 
Next his limbs are lopped off and torn asunder by elephants. He is hurled down from hilltops, and he is also held captive either in water or in a cave.