sa ittham adisya suran ajas tu taih
samanvitah pitrbhih sa-prajesaih
yayau sva-dhisnyan nilayam pura-dvisah
kailasam adri-pravaram priyam prabhoh
sah—he (Brahma); ittham—thus; adisya—after instructing; suran—the demigods; ajah—Lord Brahma; tu—then; taih—those; samanvitah—followed; pitrbhih—by the Pitas; sa-prajesaih—along with the lords of the living entities; yayau—went; sva-dhisnyat—from his own place; nilayam—the abode; pura-dvisah—of Lord Siva; kailasam—Kailasa; adri-pravaram—the best among mountains; priyam—dear; prabhoh—of the lord (Siva).
After thus instructing all the demigods, the Pitas and the lords of the living entities, Lord Brahma took them with him and left for the abode of Lord Siva, known as the Kailasa Hill.
The abode of Lord Siva, which is known as Kailasa, is described in the fourteen verses which follow.
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