हत्वा दुर्विषहानन्यैरीडित: सुरमानवै: ॥ १३ ॥
मुनिभि: सिद्धगन्धर्वैर्विद्याधरमहोरगै: ।
अप्सरोभि: पितृगणैर्यक्षै: किन्नरचारणै: ॥ १४ ॥
उपगीयमानविजय: कुसुमैरभिवर्षित: ।
वृतश्च वृष्णिप्रवरैर्विवेशालङ्कृतां पुरीम् ॥ १५ ॥
hatvā durviṣahān anyair
vṛtaś ca vṛṣṇi-pravarair
evam — thus; saubham — the vehicle Saubha; ca — and; śālvam — Śālva; ca — and; dantavakram — Dantavakra; saha — together with; anujam — his younger brother, Vidūratha; hatvā — having killed; durviṣahān — insurmountable; anyaiḥ — by others; īḍitaḥ — praised; sura — by demigods; mānavaiḥ — and men; munibhiḥ — by sages; siddha — by perfected mystics; gandharvaiḥ — and by heavenly singers; vidyādhara — by residents of the Vidyādhara planet; mahā-uragaiḥ — and celestial serpents; apsarobhiḥ — by dancing girls of heaven; pitṛ-gaṇaiḥ — by elevated forefathers; yakṣaiḥ — Yakṣas; kinnara-cāraṇaiḥ — and by Kinnaras and Cāraṇas; upagīyamāna — being chanted; vijayaḥ — whose victory; kusumaiḥ — with flowers; abhivarṣitaḥ — rained upon; vṛtaḥ — surrounded; ca — and; vṛṣṇi-pravaraiḥ — by the most eminent of the Vṛṣṇis; viveśa — He entered; alaṅkṛtām — decorated; purīm — His capital, Dvārakā.
Having thus destroyed Śālva and his Saubha airship, along with Dantavakra and his younger brother, all of whom were invincible before any other opponent, the Lord was praised by demigods, human beings and great sages, by Siddhas, Gandharvas, Vidyādharas and Mahoragas, and also by Apsarās, Pitās, Yakṣas, Kinnaras and Cāraṇas. As they sang His glories and showered Him with flowers, the Supreme Lord entered His festively decorated capital city in the company of the most eminent Vṛṣṇis.