SB 10.50.22

hariḥ parānīka-payomucāṁ muhuḥ
 śilīmukhāty-ulbaṇa-varṣa-pīḍitam
sva-sainyam ālokya surāsurārcitaṁ
 vyasphūrjayac chārṅga-śarāsanottamam
Synonyms: 
hariḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; para — of the enemy; anīka — of the armies; payaḥ-mucām — (which were like) clouds; muhuḥ — repeatedly; śilīmukha — of their arrows; ati — extremely; ulbaṇa — fearsome; varṣa — by the rain; pīḍitam — pained; sva — His own; sainyam — army; ālokya — seeing; sura — by demigods; asura — and demons; arcitam — worshiped; vyasphūrjayat — He twanged; śārṅga — known as Śārṅga; śara-asana — His bow; uttamam — most excellent.
Translation: 
Seeing His army tormented by the relentless and savage rain of arrows from the massive opposing forces gathered like clouds about Him, Lord Hari twanged His excellent bow, Śārṅga, which both gods and demons worship.