||e Over this Visnu strode; Thrice did he set down his foot; (All) is gathered  in its dust.
||He gave it to him; he accepted it, and (saying), Thrice hast thou furthered me gave it to Visnu.
||Thrice he fans (the fire); the worlds of the gods are three; verily he conquers the worlds of the gods.
||Thrice again he goes round; they make up six, the seasons are six; verily with the seasons he calms its pain.
||Thrice aloud (he says it); verily he proclaims him to both gods and men.
||Thrice each he rubs them, for the sacrifice is thrice repeated; also (it serves) to smite away the Raksases.
||Thrice he draws, for thrice he gave to him.
||Thrice he performs the finale; these worlds are three; verily from these worlds  he smites away the Raksases.