He forthwith asked his ministers who could make for him a Naraka and preside over the punishment of wicked people in it.
Then the exceedingly powerful Vishnu deprived (Naraka) of his senses (by striking him) with his hand.
Naraka's palace is then opened and reveals the bevy of imprisoned girls.
Naraka, among the Hindus and the Buddhists the place of penal suffering after death.
Krishna will then attack him and at Earth's own behest, will kill Naraka and take to Dwarka all the imprisoned girls.
The soul of the slain Naraka hath assumed the form of Karna.
Forthwith he demolished the Naraka, and repented of all the evil which he had formerly done.
And Karna also, his soul and faculties possessed by the inmost soul of Naraka, had at that time cruelly determined to slay Arjuna.
Even the blazing suns of Naraka hadn't succeeded in burning the sickly yellow color off his face.
Usually about a foot high, the hardy and ubiquitous purple grass of Naraka grew far more lushly around the edges of the swamps.