brahmāṇaṁ harṣayām āsa
haris tāṁś ca dvijottamān
sva-garjitena kakubhaḥ
pratisvanayatā vibhuḥ
brahmāṇam—unto Brahmā; harṣayām āsa—enlivened; hariḥ—the Personality of Godhead; tān—all of them; ca—also; dvija-uttamān—highly elevated brāhmaṇas; sva-garjitena—by His uncommon voice; kakubhaḥ—all directions; pratisvanayatā—which echoed; vibhuḥ—the omnipotent.
The omnipotent Supreme Personality of Godhead enlivened Brahmā and the other highly elevated brāhmaṇas by again roaring with His uncommon voice, which echoed in all directions.
Brahmā and other enlightened brāhmaṇas who know the Supreme Personality of Godhead are enlivened by the appearance of the Lord in any of His multi-incarnations. The appearance of the wonderful and gigantic incarnation of Viṣṇu as the mountainlike boar did not fill them with any kind of fear, although the Lord’s resounding voice was tumultuous and echoed horribly in all directions as an open threat to all demons who might challenge His omnipotency.

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