4. -"The victorious and illustrious Vishvamalla, the head-jewel of princes, adorned
(formerly) the Chalukya race, he, whose scimitar, though it had only two edges, his
enemies (seeing it) from afar, regarded as (a thunderbolt) with a hundred edges."
Verse 5. ---"This sole Lord of the world, a wonderful abode of
courage, who all around uprooted with his arm, that is akin to the thunderbolt, the firmly
rooted mountain like kings, was called by his people King Narayana."
Verse 6. -"The glorious lord Vaidyanatha (Shiva) whose
might destroys the misfortune of the torment of the world, placed in him, the ornament of
the whole Kshatriya race, a portion of his self and he who had taken the vow of benefiting
the universe, cured, as was proper, with his weapons even the big swellings of pride in
the hearts of hostile kings."
Verse 7. -"His consort was Nalladevi, who clave to his
body just as the glory of victory; through her that 'king was exceedingly resplendent,
like the god bearing the deermark (the moon) through his brilliant light."