- parjanya-ghoṣo jalajaḥ pāñcajanyaḥ
- kaumodakī viṣṇu-gadā tarasvinī
- vidyādharo 'siḥ śata-candra-yuktas
- tūṇottamāv akṣayasāyakau ca
parjanya-ghoṣaḥ—having a sound vibration like that of the clouds; jalajaḥ—the Lord's conchshell; pāñcajanyaḥ—which is known as Pāñcajanya; kaumodakī—known by the name Kaumodakī; viṣṇu-gadā—the club of Lord Viṣṇu; tarasvinī—with great force; vidyādharaḥ—named Vidyādhara; asiḥ—the sword; śata-candra-yuktaḥ—with a shield decorated with hundreds of moons; tūṇa-uttamau—the best of quivers; akṣayasāyakau—named Akṣayasāyaka; ca—also.
The Lord's conchshell, named Pāñcajanya, which made sounds like that of a cloud; the very forceful club named Kaumodakī; the sword named Vidyādhara, with a shield decorated with hundreds of moonlike spots; and also Akṣayasāyaka, the best of quivers—all of these appeared together to offer prayers to the Lord.