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CC Antya 5.138

aiśvarya-made matta indra, — yena mātoyāla
buddhi-nāśa haila, kevala nāhika sāmbhāla
aiśvarya-made — being proud of his opulence; matta — maddened; indra — the King of heaven; yena — as if; mātoyāla — a mad person; buddhi-nāśa — bereft of intelligence; haila — became; kevala — only; nāhika — there is not; sāmbhāla — caution.
“Indra, the King of heaven, being too proud of his heavenly opulences, became like a madman. Thus bereft of his intelligence, he could not restrain himself from speaking nonsensically about Kṛṣṇa.