- vilokya taṁ deva-varaṁ tri-lokyā
- bhavāya devyābhimataṁ munīnām
- āsīnam adrāv apavarga-hetos
- tapo juṣāṇaṁ stutibhiḥ praṇemuḥ
vilokya—observing; tam—him; deva-varam—the best of the demigods; tri-lokyāḥ—of the three worlds; bhavāya—for the flourishing; devyā—with his wife, Bhavānī; abhimatam—accepted by; munīnām—great saintly persons; āsīnam—sitting together; adrau—from the top of Kailāsa Hill; apavarga-hetoḥ—desiring liberation; tapaḥ—in austerity; juṣāṇam—being served by them; stutibhiḥ—by prayers; praṇemuḥ—offered their respectful obeisances.
The demigods observed Lord Śiva sitting on the summit of Kailāsa Hill with his wife, Bhavānī, for the auspicious development of the three worlds. He was being worshiped by great saintly persons desiring liberation. The demigods offered him their obeisances and prayers with great respect.