1. 11

    तत्रेतिकृत्यमुपशिक्ष यथोपदेशं येनैष मे कर्शितोऽतिरिरंसयाऽऽत्मा । सिद्ध्येत ते कृतमनोभवधर्षिताया दीनस्तदीश भवनं सदृशं विचक्ष्व ।। ३-२३-११ ।।

    Devahūti continued: My dear lord, I am struck by excited emotion for you. Therefore kindly make what arrangements must be made according to the scriptures so that my skinny body, emaciated through unsatisfied passion, may be rendered fit for you. Also, my lord, please think of a suitable house for this purpose. ।। 3-23-11 ।।

  2. 12

    मैत्रेय उवाच प्रियायाः प्रियमन्विच्छन् कर्दमो योगमास्थितः । विमानं कामगं क्षत्तस्तर्ह्येवाविरचीकरत् ।। ३-२३-१२ ।।

    Maitreya continued: O Vidura, seeking to please his beloved wife, the sage Kardama exercised his yogic power and instantly produced an aerial mansion that could travel at his will. ।। 3-23-12 ।।

  3. 13

    सर्वकामदुघं दिव्यं सर्वरत्नसमन्वितम् । सर्वर्द्ध्युपचयोदर्कं मणिस्तम्भैरुपस्कृतम् ।। ३-२३-१३ ।।

    It was a wonderful structure, bedecked with all sorts of jewels, adorned with pillars of precious stones, and capable of yielding whatever one desired. It was equipped with every form of furniture and wealth, which tended to increase in the course of time. ।। 3-23-13 ।।

  4. 14

    दिव्योपकरणोपेतं सर्वकालसुखावहम् । पट्टिकाभिः पताकाभिर्विचित्राभिरलङ्कृतम् ।। २-२३-१४ ।।

    The castle was fully equipped with all necessary paraphernalia, and it was pleasing in all seasons. It was decorated all around with flags, festoons and artistic work of variegated colors. ।। 2-23-14 ।।

  5. 15

    स्रग्भिर्विचित्रमाल्याभिर्मञ्जुशिञ्जत्षडङ्घ्रिभिः । दुकूलक्षौमकौशेयैर्नानावस्त्रैर्विराजितम ।। ३-२३-१५ ।।

    It was further embellished with wreaths of charming flowers that attracted sweetly humming bees and with tapestries of linen, silk and various other fabrics. ।। 3-23-15 ।।