daśa-candram asiṁ rudraḥ
somo ’mṛtamayān aśvāṁs
tvaṣṭā rūpāśrayaṁ ratham
daśa-candram—decorated with ten moons; asim—sword; rudraḥ—Lord Śiva; śata-candram—decorated with one hundred moons; tathā—in that manner; ambikā—the goddess Durgā; somaḥ—the moon-demigod; amṛta-mayān—made of nectar; aśvān—horses; tvaṣṭā—the demigod Viśvakarmā; rūpa-āśrayam—very beautiful; ratham—a chariot.
Lord Śiva presented him with a sword within a sheath marked with ten moons, and his wife, the goddess Durgā, presented him with a shield marked with one hundred moons. The moon-demigod presented him with horses made of nectar, and the demigod Viśvakarmā presented him with a very beautiful chariot.
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