ऋषय: पितर: सिद्धा विद्याधरमहोरगा: ॥ ३७ ॥
मनव: प्रजानां पतयो गन्धर्वाप्सरचारणा: ।
यक्षा: किम्पुरुषास्तात वेताला: सहकिन्नरा: ॥ ३८ ॥
ते विष्णुपार्षदा: सर्वे सुनन्दकुमुदादय: ।
मूर्ध्नि बद्धाञ्जलिपुटा आसीनं तीव्रतेजसम् ।
ईडिरे नरशार्दुलं नातिदूरचरा: पृथक् ॥ ३९ ॥
ṛṣayaḥ pitaraḥ siddhā
yakṣāḥ kimpuruṣās tāta
tatra — there (in the sky); upavrajya — coming (in their respective airplanes); vibudhāḥ — all the different demigods; brahma-indra-giriśa-ādayaḥ — headed by Lord Brahmā, King Indra and Lord Śiva; ṛṣayaḥ — the great saintly sages; pitaraḥ — the inhabitants of Pitṛloka; siddhāḥ — the residents of Siddhaloka; vidyādhara — the residents of Vidyādharaloka; mahā-uragāḥ — the residents of the planets where great serpents reside; manavaḥ — the Manus; prajānām — of the living entities (on different planets); patayaḥ — the chiefs; gandharva — the residents of Gandharvaloka; apsara — the residents of the angelic planet; cāraṇāḥ — the residents of Cāraṇaloka; yakṣāḥ — the Yakṣas; kimpuruṣāḥ — the Kimpuruṣas; tāta — O dear one; vetālāḥ — the Vetālas; saha-kinnarāḥ — along with the Kinnaras; te — they; viṣṇu-pārṣadāḥ — the personal associates of Lord Viṣṇu (in the Vaikuṇṭhalokas); sarve — all; sunanda-kumuda-ādayaḥ — headed by Sunanda and Kumuda; mūrdhni — on their heads; baddha-añjali-puṭāḥ — with folded hands; āsīnam — who was sitting on the throne; tīvra-tejasam — exposing His great spiritual effulgence; īḍire — offered respectful worship; nara-śārdulam — unto the Lord, who had appeared as half man and half lion; na ati-dūracarāḥ — coming near; pṛthak — individually.
My dear King Yudhiṣṭhira, the demigods then approached the Lord. They were headed by Lord Brahmā, King Indra and Lord Śiva and included great saintly persons and the residents of Pitṛloka, Siddhaloka, Vidyādhara-loka and the planet of the snakes. The Manus approached, and so did the chiefs of various other planets. The angelic dancers approached, as did the Gandharvas, the Cāraṇas, the Yakṣas, the inhabitants of Kinnaraloka, the Vetālas, the inhabitants of Kimpuruṣa-loka, and the personal servants of Viṣṇu like Sunanda and Kumuda. All of them came near the Lord, who glowed with intense light. They individually offered their obeisances and prayers, their hands folded at their heads.