विराजते भूधर भू: सभूधरा ।
यथा वनान्नि:सरतो दता धृता
मतङ्गजेन्द्रस्य सपत्रपद्मिनी ॥ ४० ॥
virājate bhūdhara bhūḥ sa-bhūdharā
yathā vanān niḥsarato datā dhṛtā
daṁṣṭra-agra — the tips of the tusks; koṭyā — by the edges; bhagavan — O Personality of Godhead; tvayā — by You; dhṛtā — sustained; virājate — is so beautifully situated; bhū-dhara — O lifter of the earth; bhūḥ — the earth; sa-bhūdharā — with mountains; yathā — as much as; vanāt — from the water; niḥsarataḥ — coming out; datā — by the tusk; dhṛtā — captured; matam-gajendrasya — infuriated elephant; sa-patra — with leaves; padminī — the lotus flower.
O lifter of the earth, the earth with its mountains, which You have lifted with Your tusks, is situated as beautifully as a lotus flower with leaves sustained by an infuriated elephant just coming out of the water.
The fortune of the earth planet is praised because of its being specifically sustained by the Lord; its beauty is appreciated and compared to that of a lotus flower situated on the trunk of an elephant. As a lotus flower with leaves is very beautifully situated, so the world, with its many beautiful mountains, appeared on the tusks of the Lord Boar.