sa nirmaya puras tisro
tabhis te ’sura-senanyo
lokams trin sesvaran nrpa
smaranto nasayam cakruh
sah—that (great demon Maya Danava); nirmaya—constructing; purah—big residences; tisrah—three; haimi—made of gold; raupya—made of silver; ayasih—made of iron; vibhuh—very great, powerful; durlaksya—immeasurable; apaya-samyogah—whose movements in coming and going; durvitarkya—uncommon; paricchadah—possessing paraphernalia; tabhih—by all of them (the three residences, which resembled airplanes); te—they; asura-sena-anyah—the commanders of the asuras; lokan trin—the three worlds; sa-isvaran—with their chief rulers; nrpa—my dear King Yudhisthira; smarantah—remembering; nasayam cakruh—began to annihilate; purva—former; vairam—enmity; alaksitah—unseen by anyone else.
Maya Danava, the great leader of the demons, prepared three invisible residences and gave them to the demons. These dwellings resembled airplanes made of gold, silver and iron, and they contained uncommon paraphernalia. My dear King Yudhisthira, because of these three dwellings the commanders of the demons remained invisible to the demigods. Taking advantage of this opportunity, the demons, remembering their former enmity, began to vanquish the three worlds—the upper, middle and lower planetary systems.
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