tato ratho mātalinā
haribhir daśa-śatair vṛtaḥ
ānīto dvipam utsṛjya
ratham āruruhe vibhuḥ
tataḥ—thereafter; rathaḥ—chariot; mātalinā—by his chariot driver named Mātali; haribhiḥ—with horses; daśa-śataiḥ—by ten times one hundred (one thousand); vṛtaḥ—yoked; ānītaḥ—being brought in; dvipam—the elephant; utsṛjya—keeping aside; ratham—the chariot; āruruhe—got up; vibhuḥ—the great Indra.
Thereafter, Mātali, Indra’s chariot driver, brought Indra’s chariot, which was drawn by one thousand horses. Indra then left his elephant and got onto the chariot.
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