पर्याद्रवद्भिर्विदुरान्वरुध्यत ॥ १३ ॥
nānāyudhair vāmanakair udāyudhaiḥ
piṅgaiḥ piśaṅgair makarodarānanaiḥ
tāvat — very quickly; saḥ — that; rudra-anucaraiḥ — by the followers of Lord Śiva; mahā-makhaḥ — the arena of the great sacrifice; nānā — various kinds; āyudhaiḥ — with weapons; vāmanakaiḥ — of short stature; udāyudhaiḥ — upraised; piṅgaiḥ — blackish; piśaṅgaiḥ — yellowish; makara-udara-ānanaiḥ — with bellies and faces like sharks’; paryādravadbhiḥ — running all around; vidura — O Vidura; anvarudhyata — was surrounded.
My dear Vidura, all the followers of Lord Śiva surrounded the arena of sacrifice. They were of short stature and were equipped with various kinds of weapons; their bodies appeared to be like those of sharks, blackish and yellowish. They ran all around the sacrificial arena and thus began to create disturbances.