evam dagdhva puras tisro
bhagavan pura-ha nrpa
svam dhama pratyapadyata
evam—thus; dagdhva—burning to ashes; purah tisrah—the three residences of the demons; bhagavan—the supreme powerful; pura-ha—who annihilated the residences of the asuras; nrpa—O King Yudhisthira; brahma-adibhih—by Lord Brahma and other demigods; stuyamanah—being worshiped; svam—to his own; dhama—abode; pratyapadyata—returned.
O King Yudhisthira, thus Lord Siva is known as Tripurari, the annihilator of the three dwellings of the demons, because he burnt these dwellings to ashes. Being worshiped by the demigods, headed by Lord Brahma, Lord Siva returned to his own abode.
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