1. 11

    वृतो विकर्षन् महतीमासुरीं ध्वजिनीं विभुः । ययाविन्द्रपुरीं स्वृद्धां कम्पयन्निव रोदसी ।। ८-१५-११ ।।

    After thus gathering the demoniac soldiers, Bali Mahārāja departed for the opulent capital of Indra. Indeed, he seemed to make the entire surface of the world tremble. ।। 8-15-11 ।।

  2. 12

    रम्यामुपवनोद्यानैः श्रीमद्भिर्नन्दनादिभिः । कूजद्विहङ्गमिथुनैर्गायन्मत्तमधुव्रतैः प्रवालफलपुष्पोरुभारशाखामरद्रुमैः । ।। ८-१५-१२ ।।

    King Indra’s city was full of pleasing orchards and gardens, such as the Nandana garden. Because of the weight of the flowers, leaves and fruit, the branches of the eternally existing trees were bending down. The gardens were visited by pairs of chirping birds and singing bees. The entire atmosphere was celestial. ।। 8-15-12 ।।

  3. 13

    हंससारसचक्राह्वकारण्डवकुलाकुलाः । नलिन्यो यत्र क्रीडन्ति प्रमदाः सुरसेविताः ।। ८-१५-१३ ।।

    Beautiful women protected by the demigods sported in the gardens, which had lotus ponds full of swans, cranes, cakravākas and ducks. ।। 8-15-13 ।।

  4. 14

    आकाशगङ्गया देव्या वृतां परिखभूतया । प्राकारेणाग्निवर्णेन साट्टालेनोन्नतेन च ।। ८-१५-१४ ।।

    The city was surrounded by trenches full of Ganges water, known as Ākāśa-gaṅgā, and by a high wall, which was the color of fire. Upon this wall were parapets for fighting. ।। 8-15-14 ।।

  5. 15

    रुक्मपट्टकपाटैश्च द्वारैः स्फटिकगोपुरैः । जुष्टां विभक्तप्रपथां विश्वकर्मविनिर्मिताम् ।। ८-१५-१५ ।।

    The doors were made of solid gold plates, and the gates were of excellent marble. These were linked by various public roads. The entire city had been constructed by Viśvakarmā. ।। 8-15-15 ।।