मुर: शयान उत्तस्थौ दैत्य: पञ्चशिरा जलात् ॥ ६ ॥
muraḥ śayāna uttasthau
daityaḥ pañca-śirā jalāt
pāñcajanya — of Pāñcajanya, Lord Kṛṣṇa’s conchshell; dhvanim — the vibration; śrutvā — hearing; yuga — of the universal era; anta — at the end; aśani — (like the sound) of lightning; bhīṣaṇam — terrifying; muraḥ — Mura; śayānaḥ — sleeping; uttasthau — stood up; daityaḥ — the demon; pañca-śirāḥ — five-headed; jalāt — from the water (of the moat surrounding the fortress).
The five-headed demon Mura, who slept at the bottom of the city’s moat, awoke and rose up out of the water when he heard the vibration of Lord Kṛṣṇa’s Pāñcajanya conchshell, a sound as terrifying as the thunder at the end of the cosmic age.