पुरं निर्माय शाल्वाय प्रादात्सौभमयस्मयम् ॥ ७ ॥
puraṁ nirmāya śālvāya
prādāt saubham ayas-mayam
tathā — so be it; iti — having thus said; giri-śa — by Lord Śiva; ādiṣṭaḥ — ordered; mayaḥ — Maya Dānava; para — of the enemy; puram — the cities; jayaḥ — who conquers; puram — a city; nirmāya — constructing; śālvāya — to Śālva; prādāt — he gave; saubham — named Saubha; ayaḥ — of iron; mayam — made.
Lord Śiva said, “So be it.” On his order, Maya Dānava, who conquers his enemies’ cities, constructed a flying iron city named Saubha and presented it to Śālva.