- gandharva-mukhyau jagatur
- deva-dundubhayo nedur
- nartakyo nanṛtur mudā
gandharva-mukhyau—the two chiefs of the Gandharvas; jagatuḥ—began to sing nice songs; viśvāvasu—named Viśvāvasu; parāvasū—named Parāvasu; deva-dundubhayaḥ—the kettledrums beaten by the demigods; neduḥ—made their sound; nartakyaḥ—the dancers known as Apsarās; nanṛtuḥ—began to dance; mudā—in great happiness.
Viśvāvasu and Parāvasu, the two chiefs of the Gandharvas, sang in great happiness. The kettledrums of the demigods sounded, and the Apsarās danced in jubilation.