- sa ittham ādiśya surān ajas tu taiḥ
- samanvitaḥ pitṛbhiḥ sa-prajeśaiḥ
- yayau sva-dhiṣṇyān nilayaṁ pura-dviṣaḥ
- kailāsam adri-pravaraṁ priyaṁ prabhoḥ
saḥ—he (Brahmā); ittham—thus; ādiśya—after instructing; surān—the demigods; ajaḥ—Lord Brahmā; tu—then; taiḥ—those; samanvitaḥ—followed; pitṛbhiḥ—by the Pitās; sa-prajeśaiḥ—along with the lords of the living entities; yayau—went; sva-dhiṣṇyāt—from his own place; nilayam—the abode; pura-dviṣaḥ—of Lord Śiva; kailāsam—Kailāsa; adri-pravaram—the best among mountains; priyam—dear; prabhoḥ—of the lord (Śiva).
After thus instructing all the demigods, the Pitās and the lords of the living entities, Lord Brahmā took them with him and left for the abode of Lord Śiva, known as the Kailāsa Hill.
The abode of Lord Śiva, which is known as Kailāsa, is described in the fourteen verses which follow.