vilokya tam deva-varam tri-lokya
bhavaya devyabhimatam muninam
asinam adrav apavarga-hetos
tapo jusanam stutibhih pranemuh
vilokya—observing; tam—him; deva-varam—the best of the demigods; tri-lokyah—of the three worlds; bhavaya—for the flourishing; devya—with his wife, Bhavani; abhimatam—accepted by; muninam—great saintly persons; asinam—sitting together; adrau—from the top of Kailasa Hill; apavarga-hetoh—desiring liberation; tapah—in austerity; jusanam—being served by them; stutibhih—by prayers; pranemuh—offered their respectful obeisances.
The demigods observed Lord Siva sitting on the summit of Kailasa Hill with his wife, Bhavani, for the auspicious development of the three worlds. He was being worshiped by great saintly persons desiring liberation. The demigods offered him their obeisances and prayers with great respect.
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