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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.58.27
mayaś ca mocito vahneḥ
sabhāḿ sakhya upāharat
mayaḥ — the demon named Maya; ca — and; mocitaḥ — delivered; vahneḥ — from the fire; sabhām — an assembly hall; sakhye — to his friend, Arjuna; upāharat — presented; yasmin — in which; duryodhanasya — of Duryodhana; āsīt — there was; jala — of water; sthala — and dry ground; dṛśi — in seeing; bhramaḥ — confusion.
When the demon Maya was saved from the fire by his friend Arjuna, Maya presented him with an assembly hall, in which Duryodhana would later mistake water for a solid floor.
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