Consider the following sentence I wrote myself:
Kumbhakarn then pierced Hanuman's chest with his spear due to which Hanuman was seriously injured.
If I replace 'Hanuman' with 'he', the sentence becomes:
Kumbhakarn then pierced Hanuman's chest with his spear due to which he was seriously injured.
Which sentence is preferable?
I posted a similar question an hour ago, but this one has an additional conundrum: if I do the pronoun replacement, 'his' would refer to Kumbhakarn whereas 'he' would refer to Hanuman. Is this acceptable in English?