दावाग्निरुद्धूतशिखो यथाहिम् ।
गुहां विविक्षु: प्रससार मेरो: ॥ ५० ॥
dāvāgnir uddhūta-śikho yathāhim
tathānuṣaktaṁ munir īkṣamāṇo
guhāṁ vivikṣuḥ prasasāra meroḥ
tam — unto Durvāsā; anvadhāvat — began to follow; bhagavat-ratha-aṅgam — the disc appearing from the wheel of the Lord’s chariot; dāva-agniḥ — like a forest fire; uddhūta — blazing high; śikhaḥ — having flames; yathā ahim — as it follows a snake; tathā — in the same way; anuṣaktam — as if touching Durvāsā Muni’s back; muniḥ — the sage; īkṣamāṇaḥ — seeing like that; guhām — a cave; vivikṣuḥ — wanted to enter; prasasāra — began to move quickly; meroḥ — of Meru Mountain.
As the blazing flames of a forest fire pursue a snake, the disc of the Supreme Personality of Godhead began following Durvāsā Muni. Durvāsā Muni saw that the disc was almost touching his back, and thus he ran very swiftly, desiring to enter a cave of Sumeru Mountain.