tam anvadhavad bhagavad-rathangam
davagnir uddhuta-sikho yathahim
tathanusaktam munir iksamano
guham viviksuh prasasara meroh
tam—unto Durvasa; anvadhavat—began to follow; bhagavat-ratha-angam—the disc appearing from the wheel of the Lord’s chariot; dava-agnih—like a forest fire; uddhuta—blazing high; sikhah—having flames; yatha ahim—as it follows a snake; tatha—in the same way; anusaktam—as if touching Durvasa Muni’s back; munih—the sage; iksamanah—seeing like that; guham—a cave; viviksuh—wanted to enter; prasasara—began to move quickly; meroh—of Meru Mountain.
As the blazing flames of a forest fire pursue a snake, the disc of the Supreme Personality of Godhead began following Durvasa Muni. Durvasa Muni saw that the disc was almost touching his back, and thus he ran very swiftly, desiring to enter a cave of Sumeru Mountain.
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