र्नाना विभान्ति किल विश्वसृजोपक्लृप्ता: ।
ताभि: पतीन् द्रुपदराजसुतोपतस्थे
यस्यां विषक्तहृदय: कुरुराडतप्यत् ॥ ३२ ॥
nānā vibhānti kila viśva-sṛjopakḷptāḥ
tābhiḥ patīn drupada-rāja-sutopatasthe
yasyāṁ viṣakta-hṛdayaḥ kuru-rāḍ atapyat
yasmin — in which (palace); nara-indra — of the kings among men; ditija-indra — of the kings of the demons; sura-indra — and of the kings of the demigods; lakṣmīḥ — the opulences; nānā — variegated; vibhānti — were manifest; kila — indeed; viśva-sṛjā — by the cosmic manufacturer (Maya Dānava); upakḷptāḥ — provided; tābhiḥ — with them; patīn — her husbands, the Pāṇḍavas; drupada-rāja — of King Drupada; sutā — the daughter, Draupadī; upatasthe — served; yasyām — to whom; viṣakta — attached; hṛdayaḥ — whose heart; kuru-rāṭ — the Kuru prince, Duryodhana; atapyat — lamented.
In that palace all the collected opulences of the kings of men, demons and gods were brilliantly manifest, having been brought there by the cosmic inventor, Maya Dānava. With those riches Draupadī served her husbands, and Duryodhana, the prince of the Kurus, lamented because he was very much attracted to her.