सिताचलाभं शितिकण्ठजिह्वम् ॥ ५३ ॥
tasmin — there; mahā — huge; bhogam — a serpent; anantam — Lord Ananta; adbhutam — amazing; sahasra — thousand; mūrdhanya — on His heads; phaṇā — upon the hoods; maṇi — of the gems; dyubhiḥ — with the rays of effulgence; vibhrājamānam — shining; dvi — twice; guṇa — as many; īkṣaṇa — whose eyes; ulbaṇam — frightening; sita — white; acala — the mountain (namely Kailāsa); ābham — whose resemblance; śiti — dark blue; kaṇṭha — whose necks; jihvam — and tongues.
In that palace was the huge, awe-inspiring serpent Ananta Śeṣa. He shone brilliantly with the radiance emanating from the gems on His thousands of hoods and reflecting from twice as many fearsome eyes. He resembled white Mount Kailāsa, and His necks and tongues were dark blue.