rudraditya vasavo ye ca sadhya viive's vinau marutascosmapasca
gandharvayaksasurasiddhasangha viksante tvam vismitascaiva sarve
The (eleven) Rudras, (twelve) Adityas, (eight) Vasus, (twelve) Sadhyas, (ten) Viavedevas, (two) Asvinikumaras, (forty-nine) Maruts, manes, hosts of Gandharvas, Yaksas, Asuras and Siddhas—they all, gaze at You, in amazement. 22
Rudraditya vasavo ye ca sadhya visve'Svinau marutaseosmapasca:- Brief notes, on eleven Rudras, twelve Adityas, eight Vasus, two Asvinikumaras, and forty-nine Mamts, have already been given, in the explanation of the sixth verse of this chapter. The names of the twelve Sadhyas are—Mana, Anumanta, Prana, Nara, Yana, Citti, Haya, Naya, Harhsa, Narayana, Prabhava and Vibhu (Vayu Purana 66/15-16).
The ten, Vilvedevas are - Kratu, Daksa, Srava, Satya, Kala, Kama, Dhuni, Kuruvan, Prabhavan and Rocamana (Vayu Purana 66/31-32).
The seven manes are - Kavyavaha, Anala, Soma, Yama. Aryama, Agnisvatta and Barhisat (Siva Purana, Dharma. 63/2). They are called 'Usmapa, because they eat hot food.
Gandharvayaksasurasiddhasangha:- The Gandharvas, are said to be born of Kasyapas three wives, named Muni, Pradha and Arista. They are experts in the net of different melodies and music. They are musicians, of the heaven. The Yaksas, are said to be born, of Kasyapa's wife Khasa.
The 'Asuras' (Demons), are the Daityas, Danavas and Raksasas; who are sworn enemies of Devas (the gods), Kapila etc., are known as Siddha.
Viksante tvam vismitascaiva sarve:- All, the above-mentioned gods, manes, Gandharvas, Yaksas, were gazing at the Lord, in amazement. All of them, were limbs, of the cosmic form, of the Lord.
Appendix:- Rudra, Aditya, Vasu, Sadhyas, Viavedeva etc., all are the organs of the entire form of God. Therefore the onlooker and also the objects to he seen - all are none else beside God.