- devāṁś ca tac-chvāsa-śikhā-hata-prabhān
- samabhyavarṣan bhagavad-vaśā ghanā
- vavuḥ samudrormy-upagūḍha-vāyavaḥ
devān—all the demigods; ca—also; tat—of Vāsuki; śvāsa—from the breathing; śikhā—by the flames; hata—being affected; prabhān—their bodily luster; dhūmra—smoky; ambara—dress; srak-vara—excellent garlands; kañcuka—armaments; ānanān—and faces; samabhyavarṣan—sufficiently rained; bhagavat-vaśāḥ—under the control of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; ghanāḥ—clouds; vavuḥ—blew; samudra—of the ocean of milk; ūrmi—from the waves; upagūḍha—bearing fragments of water; vāyavaḥ—breezes.
Because the demigods were also affected by the blazing breath of Vāsuki, their bodily lusters diminished, and their garments, garlands, weapons and faces were blackened by smoke. However, by the grace of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, clouds appeared on the sea, pouring torrents of rain, and breezes blew, carrying particles of water from the sea waves, to give the demigods relief.