muṣṇaṁś cakṣūṁṣi reṇubhiḥ
śabdena pradiśo diśaḥ
gokulam — the whole tract of land known as Gokula; sarvam — everywhere; āvṛṇvan — covering; muṣṇan — taking away; cakṣūṁṣi — the power of vision; reṇubhiḥ — by particles of dust; īrayan — was vibrating; su-mahā-ghora — very fierce and heavy; śabdena — with a sound; pradiśaḥ diśaḥ — entered everywhere, in all directions.
Covering the whole land of Gokula with particles of dust, that demon, acting as a strong whirlwind, covered everyone’s vision and began vibrating everywhere with a greatly fearful sound.
Tṛṇāvartāsura assumed the form of a whirlwind and covered with a dust storm the whole tract of land known as Gokula, so that no one could see even the nearest thing.