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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.52.12
tata utpatya tarasā
nipetatur adho bhuvi
tataḥ — from it (the mountain); utpatya — jumping; tarasā — with haste; dahyamāna — which were burning; taṭāt — whose sides; ubhau — the two of Them; daśa-eka — eleven; yojanāt — yojanas; tuńgāt — high; nipetatuḥ — They fell; adhaḥ — down; bhuvi — to the ground.
The two of Them then suddenly jumped from the burning mountain, which was eleven yojanas high, and fell to the ground.
Eleven yojanas is approximately ninety miles.
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