davāgni-dagdhāḥ saralā ivābhavan
ahīndra—of the King of serpents; sāhasra—by thousands; kaṭhora—very, very hard; dṛk—all directions; mukha—by the mouth; śvāsa—breathing; agni—fire coming out; dhūma—smoke; āhata—being affected; varcasaḥ—by the rays; asurāḥ—the demons; pauloma—Pauloma; kāleya—Kāleya; bali—Bali; ilvala—Ilvala; ādayaḥ—headed by; dava-agni—by a forest fire; dagdhāḥ—burned; saralāḥ—sarala trees; iva—like; abhavan—all of them became.
Vāsuki had thousands of eyes and mouths. From his mouths he breathed smoke and blazing fire, which affected the demons, headed by Pauloma, Kāleya, Bali and Ilvala. Thus the demons, who appeared like sarala trees burned by a forest fire, gradually became powerless.
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