SB 3.17.21

taṁ vīkṣya duḥsaha-javaṁ
 raṇat-kāñcana-nūpuram
vaijayantyā srajā juṣṭam
 aṁsa-nyasta-mahā-gadam
Synonyms: 
tam — him; vīkṣya — having seen; duḥsaha — difficult to control; javam — temper; raṇat — tinkling; kāñcana — gold; nūpuram — anklets; vaijayantyā srajā — with a vaijayantī garland; juṣṭam — adorned; aṁsa — on his shoulder; nyasta — rested; mahā-gadam — a huge mace.
Translation: 
Hiraṇyākṣa’s temper was difficult to control. He had anklets of gold tinkling about his feet, he was adorned with a gigantic garland, and he rested his huge mace on one of his shoulders.