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viśvāmitra-adhvare — in the sacrificial arena of the great sage Viśvāmitra; yena — by whom (Lord Rāmacandra); mārīca-ādyāḥ — headed by Mārīca; niśā-carāḥ — the uncivilized persons wandering at night in the darkness of ignorance; paśyataḥ lakṣmaṇasya — being seen by Lakṣmaṇa; eva — indeed; hatāḥ — were killed; nairṛta-puṅgavāḥ — the great chiefs of the Rākṣasas.
In the arena of the sacrifice performed by Viśvāmitra, Lord Rāmacandra, the King of Ayodhyā, killed many demons, Rākṣasas and uncivilized men who wandered at night in the mode of darkness. May Lord Rāmacandra, who killed these demons in the presence of Lakṣmaṇa, be kind enough to give us protection.