tasyapi darsayam asa
sva-viryam jala-kalmasah
yac cakara gale nilam
tac ca sadhor vibhusanam
tasya—of Lord Siva; api—also; darsayam asa—exhibited; sva-viryam—its own potency; jala-kalmasah—that poison born of the water; yat—which; cakara—made; gale—on the neck; nilam—bluish line; tat—that; ca—also; sadhoh—of the saintly person; vibhusanam—ornament.
As if in defamation, the poison born from the ocean of milk manifested its potency by marking Lord Sivaís neck with a bluish line. That line, however, is now accepted as an ornament of the Lord.

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