nīyamāne ’surais tasmin
hariṁ śaraṇam āyayuḥ
nīyamāne—being carried; asuraiḥ—by the demons; tasmin—that; kalase—jug; amṛta-bhājane—containing nectar; viṣaṇṇa-manasaḥ—aggrieved in mind; devāḥ—all the demigods; harim—unto the Supreme Lord; śaraṇam—to take shelter; āyayuḥ—went.
When the jug of nectar was carried off by the demons, the demigods were morose. Thus they sought shelter at the lotus feet of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Hari.
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