तया स निर्ममे तस्मै कृत्यां कालानलोपमाम् ॥ ४६ ॥
tayā sa nirmame tasmai
evam — thus; bruvāṇaḥ — speaking (Durvāsā Muni); utkṛtya — uprooting; jaṭām — a bunch of hair; roṣa-pradīpitaḥ — being reddish because he was very angry; tayā — by that bunch of hair from his head; saḥ — Durvāsā Muni; nirmame — created; tasmai — to punish Mahārāja Ambarīṣa; kṛtyām — a demon; kāla-anala-upamām — appearing just like the blazing fire of devastation.
As Durvāsā Muni said this, his face became red with anger. Uprooting a bunch of hair from his head, he created a demon resembling the blazing fire of devastation to punish Mahārāja Ambarīṣa.