Then The Lord revealed the exposition of religion entitled the chapter of The Great Colleciton to bodhisatvas, the great beings (atha khalu bhagavān mahāsaṃnipātaparivartaṃ nāma dharmaparyāyaṃ bodhisatvānāṃ mahāsatvānāṃ prakāśayati sma mahāsaṃnipātaparivarte dharmaparyāye nirdiśyamāne).
Below is the reconstruction of the Dharmakṣema version as corresponding to and based on Akṣ p. 17,6ff. There seems to be some, but fairly few differences from the Tibetan Akṣ text as reconstructed into Sanskrit.
atha khalu bhagavān bodhisatvacaryāpraveśaniryātyanāvaraṇamukhaṃ nāma dharmaparyāyaṃ, bodhisatvamārgavyūhaṃ, sarvagambhīrabuddhadharmadaśabalavaiśāradyapariniṣpattiṃ, sarvadharmādhipatyajñānaprāptiṃ, dhāraṇīmudrāmukhapraveśaṃ, viniścitapratisaṃvinmukhapraveśaṃ, mahābhijñāmukhapraveśam, avaivartikadharmacakrasarvayānasamatāmukhapraveśaṃ, asaṃbhinnaikanayadharmadhātumukhapraveśaṃ, sarvasatvāśayendriyāvatāraṇa nirdeśamukhapraveśaṃ, sāradharmaviniścayaṃ sarvamāramaṇḍalavidhvaṃsanaṃ yoniśo 'nugatadharmamukhapraveśaṃ, sarvānusaṃdhidṛṣṭigatasamudghātam asaṅgaprajñājñānamukhapraveśaṃ, asamatāpraṇidhānopāyajñānamukhapraveśaṃ, sarvabuddhasamatājñānamukhapraveśaṃ, sarvadharmāpratihatajñānayathābhūtaviniścayamukhapraveśaṃ, gambhīrapratītyasamutpādādhigamamukhapraveśaṃ, puṇyajñānabuddhakāyavākcittālaṃkāra sārādhimuktyakṣayasmṛtimukhapraveśaṃ, caturāryasatyamukhapraveśaṃ śrāvakayānavineyārthāya, kāyacittapravivekacaryamukhapraveśaṃ pratyekabuddhayānavineyārthāya, sarvajñajñānabhūmyabhiṣekapratilambhamukhapraveśaṃ bodhisatvayānavineyārthāya, sarvadharmādhipatyamukhapraveśaṃ buddhaguṇodbhāvanārthāya, bhāṣate deśayati prakāśayaty ārocayati samādāpayati vācayati jñāpayati vijñāpayati prajñāpayati pravartayati vivarati vibhajayaty uttānīkaroti samprakāśayati sma.
The whole assembly thought "I am sitting in the pavilion in the vault of the sky (sarvāvatī parṣad aham gaganatale mahāvyūhakūṭāgārāntara āsanna iti)."
The display of these marvelous pavilions illuminated the sight of living beings (teṣām eva kūṭāgārārāṇāṃ vyūhaḥ satvānāṃ darśanapathe ’vabhāsayati sma).
Except for the bodhisatvas, the great beings, the great disciples, the highest gods, snake-gods, demons and celestial musicians who were seated in the pavilions, the rest of the beings in this system of threefold thousand great thousands of worlds, appearing as a form, was eclipsed. All of them thought "I am just like space." (kūṭāgāreṣu niṣaṇṇān bodhisatvān mahāsatvān mahāśrāvakāṃś ca punar api devanāgayakṣagandharvān tān sarvān sthāpayitvā trisahasramahāsahasralokadhātuṣu anavabhāsān abhūvann te 'pi gaganāsanna iti)
As the empty space at the end of the aeon, the manifestations of forms in the great three-thousand of worlds disappeared from the sight of anyone (tadyathā kalpaparyavasāne gaganasamā bhavanti trisāhasramahāsāhasralokadhātuṣu rūpāvabhāsā ye kecit anavabhāsā bhavanti tadā ye rūpāvabhāsāḥ satvebhyaḥ darśanapathe anavabhāsitāḥ).
These pavilions were illuminated like the pavilions which bodhisatvas had stayed in the Mahāvyūha universe of the tathāgāta Ekaratnavyūha.
Except for those who were sitting in the pavilion in the sky, the rest of them in the great three-thousand of worlds, staying on the surface of the earth, as far as its foundations, thought that they had disappeared. Also the king of the mountain, Mt. Sumeru, Mt. Cakravāḍa, and Mt. Mahācakravāḍa (parvatarājasumerucakravāḍamahācakravāḍa) disappeared from the sight of living beings.
Villages, towns, market-towns, royal cities, capitals (grāmanagaranigamarāṣṭrarājadhānī) were also eclipsed. However, with the lion’s throne (simhāsana) of the Lord it was another matter, they perceived it as shining ten thousand yojanas high as placed in these pavilions placed in the vault of the sky.
By the light of the lion’s throne on which the Lord was seated, the great three-thousand thousands of worlds were illumined with a grand lustre. The great three-thousand of worlds, the sun, the moon, the stars, Indra, Brahma, and the the protectors of the world (trisahasramahāsahasralokadhātor candrasūryajyotiṣa śakrabrahmalokapālānām avabhāsa), all of them were eclipsed (dhyāmīkṛta).
When that whole assembly of bodhisatvas saw these miracles, wonders, and amazing phenomena (prātihāryāścaryādbhuta), they said to one another: “It would not be easy for us to see such an exceptional grandeur as the splendor of this pavilion even if our lifetime would fill an aeon (kalpasthitikāyuḥpramāṇa). Thus the virtues of these pavilions (kūṭāgārāṇāṃ guṇavyūhāḥ) are immeasurable.”
諸菩薩衆所住樓閣無有異也。是諸大衆各各相見皆坐其中。時此三千大千世界 一切色像。蘇迷盧山輪圍山。大輪圍山贍部 洲等。聚落城邑江河泉流。陂池大海叢林草木。一切地居所有宮殿。悉皆隱蔽而不復現。欲色空居乃至有頂。諸天宮殿及諸有情。形色之類亦悉不現。