1. 6

    तोयैः समर्हणैः स्रग्भिर्दिव्यगन्धानुलेपनैः । धूपैर्दीपैः सुरभिभिर्लाजाक्षतफलाङ्कुरैः ।। ८-२१-६ ।‌।

    They worshiped the Lord by offering fragrant flowers, water, pādya and arghya, sandalwood pulp and aguru pulp, incense, lamps, fused rice, unbroken grains, fruits, roots and sprouts. ।। 8-21-6 ।‌।

  2. 7

    स्तवनैर्जयशब्दैश्च तद्वीर्यमहिमाङ्कितैः । नृत्यवादित्रगीतैश्च शङ्खदुन्दुभिनिःस्वनैः ।। ८-२१-७ ।।

    While so doing, they offered prayers indicating the glorious activities of the Lord and shouted “Jaya! Jaya!” They also danced, played instruments, sang, sounded conchshells and beat kettledrums, in this way worshiping the Lord. ।। 8-21-7 ।।

  3. 8

    जाम्बवान् ऋक्षराजस्तु भेरीशब्दैर्मनोजवः । विजयं दिक्षु सर्वासु महोत्सवमघोषयत् ।। ८-२१-८ ।।

    Jāmbavān, king of the bears, also joined in the ceremony. Sounding his bugle in all directions, he declared a great festival for Lord Vāmanadeva’s victory. ।। 8-21-8 ।‌।

  4. 9

    महीं सर्वां हृतां दृष्ट्वा त्रिपदव्याजयाच्ञया । ऊचुः स्वभर्तुरसुरा दीक्षितस्यात्यमर्षिताः ।। ८-२१-९ ।।

    When the demoniac followers of Mahārāja Bali saw that their master, who had been determined in performing sacrifice, had lost all his possessions to Vāmanadeva, who had taken them away on the plea of begging three paces of land, they were very angry and spoke as follows. ।। 8-21-9 ।‌।

  5. 10

    न वा अयं ब्रह्मबन्धुर्विष्णुर्मायाविनां वरः । द्विजरूपप्रतिच्छन्नो देवकार्यं चिकीर्षति ।। ८-२१-१० ।।

    “This Vāmana is certainly not a brāhmaṇa but the best of cheaters, Lord Viṣṇu. Assuming the form of a brāhmaṇa, He has covered His own form, and thus He is working for the interests of the demigods. ।। 8-21-10 ।‌।