tata airāvato nāma
dantaiś caturbhiḥ śvetādrer
haran bhagavato mahim
tataḥ—thereafter; airāvataḥ nāma—of the name Airāvata; vāraṇa-indraḥ—the king of elephants; vinirgataḥ—was generated; dantaiḥ—with its tusks; caturbhiḥ—four; śveta—white; adreḥ—of the mountain; haran—defying; bhagavataḥ—of Lord Śiva; mahim—the glories.
As the next result of the churning, the king of elephants, named Airāvata, was generated. This elephant was white, and with its four tusks it defied the glories of Kailāsa Mountain, the glorious abode of Lord Śiva.
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