1. 6

    द्वादश्यां सवितातिष्ठन्मध्यन्दिनगतो नृप । विजया नाम सा प्रोक्ता यस्यां जन्म विदुर्हरेः ।। ८-१८-६ ।।

    O King, when the Lord appeared — on dvādaśī, the twelfth day of the moon — the sun was at the meridian, as every learned scholar knows. This dvādaśī is called Vijayā. ।। 8-18-6 ।।

  2. 7

    शङ्खदुन्दुभयो नेदुर्मृदङ्गपणवानकाः । चित्रवादित्रतूर्याणां निर्घोषस्तुमुलोऽभवत् ।। ८-१८-७ ।।

    Conchshells, kettledrums, drums, paṇavas and ānakas vibrated in concert. The sound of these and various other instruments was tumultuous. ।। 8-18-7 ।।

  3. 8

    प्रीताश्चाप्सरसोऽनृत्यन् गन्धर्वप्रवरा जगुः । तुष्टुवुर्मुनयो देवा मनवः पितरोऽग्नयः ।। ८-१८-८ ।।

    Being very pleased, the celestial dancing girls [Apsarās] danced in jubilation, the best of the Gandharvas sang songs, and the great sages, demigods, Manus, Pitās and fire-gods offered prayers to satisfy the Lord. ।। 8-18-8 ।।

  4. 9

    सिद्धविद्याधरगणाः सकिम्पुरुषकिन्नराः । चारणा यक्षरक्षांसि सुपर्णा भुजगोत्तमाः ।। ८-१८-९ ।।

    The Siddhas, Vidyādharas, Kimpuruṣas, Kinnaras, Cāraṇas, Yakṣas, Rākṣasas, Suparṇas, the best of serpents, ।। 8-18-9 ।।

  5. 10

    गायन्तोऽतिप्रशंसन्तो नृत्यन्तो विबुधानुगाः । अदित्या आश्रमपदं कुसुमैः समवाकिरन् ।। ८-१८-१० ।।

    The followers of the demigods all showered flowers on Aditi’s residence, covering the entire house, while glorifying and praising the Lord and dancing. ।। 8-18-10 ।।