yatra ha vai salmali plaksayama yasyam vava kila nilayam ahur bhagavatas chandah-stutah patattri-rajasya sa dvipa-hutaye upalaksyate.
yatra—where; ha vai—certainly; salmali—a salmali tree; plaksa-ayama—as big as the plaksa tree (one hundred yojanas broad and eleven hundred yojanas high); yasyam—in which; vava kila—indeed; nilayam—rest or living place; ahuh—they say; bhagavatah—of the most powerful; chandah-stutah—who worships the Lord by Vedic prayers; patattri-rajasya—of Garuda, the carrier of Lord Visnu; sa—that tree; dvipa-hutaye—for the name of the island; upalaksyate—is distinguished.
On Salmalidvipa there is a salmali tree, from which the island takes its name. That tree is as broad and tall as the plaksa tree—in other words 100 yojanas [800 miles] broad and 1,100 yojanas [8,800 miles] tall. Learned scholars say that this gigantic tree is the residence of Garuda, the king of all birds and carrier of Lord Visnu. In that tree, Garuda offers Lord Visnu his Vedic prayers.
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