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Buitenen, Johannes p. 396 Adi Parva translation reads: "But when she was making her circumambulation Indra and the blessed Lord Sthanu (original in IAST) alone preserved their composure. But so great was the desire of the latter to watch her as she was going by his side that another face with curving lashes sprang up on the South. ... a face came out on the North. With great Indra too, big red eyes popped out of his sides ... " Ganguli translation has a similar translation. --RedtigerxyzTalk 12:57, 4 June 2010 (UTC)