1. 46

    येऽवशिष्टा रणे तस्मिन् नारदानुमतेन ते । बलिं विपन्नमादाय अस्तं गिरिमुपागमन् ।। ८-११-४६ ।।

    Following the order of Nārada Muni, whatever demons remained on the battlefield took Bali Mahārāja, who was in a precarious condition, to the hill known as Astagiri. ।। 8-11-46 ।।

  2. 47

    तत्राविनष्टावयवान् विद्यमानशिरोधरान् । उशना जीवयामास सञ्जीविन्या स्वविद्यया ।। ८-११-४७ ।।

    There, on that hill, Śukrācārya brought to life all the dead demoniac soldiers who had not lost their heads, trunks and limbs. He achieved this by his own mantra, known as Saṁjīvanī. ।। 8-11-47 ।।

  3. 48

    बलिश्चोशनसा स्पृष्टः प्रत्यापन्नेन्द्रियस्मृतिः । पराजितोऽपि नाखिद्यल्लोकतत्त्वविचक्षणः ।। ८-११-४८ ।।

    Bali Mahārāja was very experienced in universal affairs. When he regained his senses and memory by the grace of Śukrācārya, he could understand everything that had happened. Therefore, although he had been defeated, he did not lament. ।। 8-11-48 ।।