tasya mūrdhnaḥ samudbhūtaḥ
sadhūmo ’gnis tapomayaḥ
tīryag ūrdhvam adho lokān
prātapad viṣvag īritaḥ
tasya—his; mūrdhnaḥ—from the head; samudbhūtaḥ—generated; sa-dhūmaḥ—with smoke; agniḥ—fire; tapaḥ-mayaḥ—because of severe austerities; tīryak—sideways; ūrdhvam—upward; adhaḥ—downward; lokān—all the planets; prātapat—heated; viṣvak—all around; īritaḥ—spreading.
Because of Hiraṇyakaśipu’s severe austerities, fire came from his head, and this fire and its smoke spread throughout the sky, encompassing the upper and lower planets, which all became extremely hot.
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