divy avādyanta tūryāṇi
munayas tuṣṭuvus tuṣṭā
nṛtyanti sma striyo devya
devā brahmādayaḥ sarve
divi—in the heavenly planets; avādyanta—vibrated; tūryāṇi—a band of instruments; petuḥ—they showered; kusuma—of flowers; vṛṣṭayaḥ—showers; munayaḥ—the sages; tuṣṭuvuḥ—chanted Vedic prayers; tuṣṭāḥ—pacified; jaguḥ—began to sing; gandharva—the Gandharvas; kinnarāḥ—the Kinnaras; nṛtyanti sma—danced; striyaḥ—the beautiful damsels; devyaḥ—of the heavenly planets; āsīt—were visible; parama-maṅgalam—the highest good fortune; devāḥ—the demigods; brahma-ādayaḥ—Brahmā and others; sarve—all; upatasthuḥ—worshiped; abhiṣṭavaiḥ—with respectful prayers.
In the heavenly planets, bands began to play, and they showered flowers from the sky. The pacified sages chanted Vedic prayers, the denizens of heaven known as the Gandharvas and Kinnaras sang, the beautiful damsels of the heavenly planets danced, and in this way, at the time of the appearance of Nara-Nārāyaṇa, all signs of good fortune were visible. Just at that time, great demigods like Brahmā also offered their respectful prayers.
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