sa varsa-pugan udadhau maha-balas
caran mahormin chvasaneritan muhuh
maurvyabhijaghne gadaya vibhavarim
asedivams tata purim pracetasah
sah—he; varsa-pugan—for many years; udadhau—in the ocean; maha-balah—mighty; caran—moving; maha-urmin—gigantic waves; svasana—by the wind; iritan—tossed; muhuh—again and again; maurvya—iron; abhijaghne—he struck; gadaya—with his mace; vibhavarim—Vibhavari; asedivan—reached; tata—O dear Vidura; purim—the capital; pracetasah—of Varuna.
Moving about in the ocean for many, many years, the mighty Hiranyaksa smote the gigantic wind-tossed waves again and again with his iron mace and reached Vibhavari, the capital of Varuna.
Varuna is supposed to be the predominating deity of the waters, and his capital, which is known as Vibhavari, is within the watery kingdom.
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