पौरजानपदानां वै हतेष्वखिलदस्युषु ॥ २१ ॥
manāṁsi viśadāni vai
atha — then; teṣām — of them; bhaviṣyanti — will become; manāṁsi — the minds; viśadāni — clear; vai — indeed; vāsudeva — of Lord Vāsudeva; aṅga — of the body; rāga — from the cosmetic decorations; ati-puṇya — most sacred; gandha — having the fragrance; anila — by the wind; spṛśām — of those who have been touched; paura — of the city-dwellers; jāna-padānām — and the residents of the smaller towns and villages; vai — indeed; hateṣu — when they have been killed; akhila — all; dasyuṣu — the rascal kings.
After all the impostor kings have been killed, the residents of the cities and towns will feel the breezes carrying the most sacred fragrance of the sandalwood paste and other decorations of Lord Vāsudeva, and their minds will thereby become transcendentally pure.
Nothing can surpass the sublime experience of being dramatically rescued by a great hero who happens to be the Supreme Lord. The death of the demons at the end of Kali-yuga is accompanied by fragrant spiritual breezes, and thus the atmosphere becomes most enchanting.