īkṣayā jīvayām āsa
nirjarān nirvraṇān yathā
giri-pāta—because of the falling of Mandara Mountain; viniṣpiṣṭān—crushed; vilokya—observing; amara—the demigods; dānavān—and the demons; īkṣayā—simply by His glance; jīvayām āsa—brought back to life; nirjarān—without aggrievement; nirvraṇān—without bruises; yathā—as.
Observing that most of the demons and the demigods had been crushed by the falling of the mountain, the Lord glanced over them and brought them back to life. Thus they became free from grief, and they even had no bruises on their bodies.
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