Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
- tat sūrya-koṭi-pratimaṁ sudarśanaṁ
- jājvalyamānaṁ pralayānala-prabham
- sva-tejasā khaṁ kakubho 'tha rodasī
- cakraṁ mukundāstraṁ athāgnim ārdayat
tat—that; sūrya—of suns; koṭi—millions; pratimam—resembling; sudarśanam—Sudarśana; jājvalyamānam—blazing with fire; pralaya—of universal annihilation; anala—(like) the fire; prabham—whose effulgence; sva—his own; tejasā—with heat; kham—the sky; kakubhaḥ—the directions; atha—and; rodasī—heaven and earth; cakram—the disc; mukunda—of Lord Kṛṣṇa; astram—the weapon; atha—also; agnim—the fire (created by Sudakṣiṇa); ārdayat—tormented.
Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
That Sudarśana, the disc weapon of Lord Mukunda, blazed forth like millions of suns. His effulgence blazed like the fire of universal annihilation, and with his heat he pained the sky, all the directions, heaven and earth, and also the fiery demon.