- evaṁ madāndha utsikto
- niraṅkuśa iva dvipaḥ
- paryaṭan ratham āsthāya
- kampayann iva rodasī
evam—thus; mada-andhaḥ—being blind with power; utsiktaḥ—proud; niraṅkuśaḥ—uncontrolled; iva—like; dvipaḥ—an elephant; paryaṭan—traveling; ratham—a chariot; āsthāya—having mounted; kampayan—causing to tremble; iva—indeed; rodasī—the sky and earth.
When he became overly blind due to his opulences, King Vena mounted a chariot and, like an uncontrolled elephant, began to travel through the kingdom, causing the sky and earth to tremble wherever he went.