nādhyagacchan svayaṁ mantrair
tato brahma-sabhāṁ jagmur
meror mūrdhani sarvaśaḥ
sarvaṁ vijñāpayāṁ cakruḥ
niśāmya—hearing; etat—this incident; sura-gaṇāḥ—all the demigods; mahā-indra—King Indra; varuṇa-ādayaḥ—Varuṇa and other demigods; na—not; adhyagacchan—reached; svayam—personally; mantraiḥ—by deliberation; mantrayantaḥ—discussing; viniścitam—a real conclusion; tataḥ—thereupon; brahma-sabhām—to the assembly of Lord Brahmā; jagmuḥ—they went; meroḥ—of Sumeru Mountain; mūrdhani—on the top; sarvaśaḥ—all of them; sarvam—everything; vijñāpayām cakruḥ—they informed; praṇatāḥ—offered obeisances; parameṣṭhine—unto Lord Brahmā.
Lord Indra, Varuṇa and the other demigods, seeing their lives in such a state, consulted among themselves, but they could not find any solution. Then all the demigods assembled and went together to the peak of Sumeru Mountain. There, in the assembly of Lord Brahmā, they fell down to offer Lord Brahmā their obeisances, and then they informed him of all the incidents that had taken place.
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