parjanya-ghoso jalajah pancajanyah
kaumodaki visnu-gada tarasvini
vidyadharo ’sih sata-candra-yuktas
tunottamav aksayasayakau ca
parjanya-ghosah—having a sound vibration like that of the clouds; jalajah—the Lord’s conchshell; pancajanyah—which is known as Pancajanya; kaumodaki—known by the name Kaumodaki; visnu-gada—the club of Lord Visnu; tarasvini—with great force; vidyadharah—named Vidyadhara; asih—the sword; sata-candra-yuktah—with a shield decorated with hundreds of moons; tuna-uttamau—the best of quivers; aksayasayakau—named Aksayasayaka; ca—also.
The Lord’s conchshell, named Pancajanya, which made sounds like that of a cloud; the very forceful club named Kaumodaki; the sword named Vidyadhara, with a shield decorated with hundreds of moonlike spots; and also Aksayasayaka, the best of quivers—all of these appeared together to offer prayers to the Lord.
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