evaṁ muhūrtena catus-triṁśal-lakṣa-yojanāny aṣṭa-śatādhikāni sauro rathas trayīmayo ’sau catasṛṣu parivartate purīṣu.
evam—thus; muhūrtena—in a muhūrta (forty-eight minutes); catuḥ-triṁśat—thirty-four; lakṣa—hundred thousands; yojanāni—yojanas; aṣṭa-śatādhikāni—increased by eight hundred; sauraḥ rathaḥ—the chariot of the sun-god; trayī-mayaḥ—which is worshiped by the Gāyatrī mantra (oṁ bhūr bhuvaḥ svaḥ tat savitur, etc.); asau—that; catasṛṣu—to the four; parivartate—he moves; purīṣu—through different residential quarters.
Thus the chariot of the sun-god, which is trayīmaya, or worshiped by the words oṁ bhūr bhuvaḥ svaḥ, travels through the four residences mentioned above at a speed of 3,400,800 yojanas [27,206,400 miles] in a muhūrta.
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