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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 1.6.12
citra-dhātu — valuable minerals like gold, silver and copper; vicitra — full of variegatedness; adrīn — hills and mountains; ibha-bhagna — broken by the giant elephants; bhuja — branches; drumān — trees; jalāśayān śiva — health-giving; jalān — reservoirs of water; nalinīḥ — lotus flowers; sura-sevitāḥ — aspired to by the denizens of heaven; citra-svanaiḥ — pleasing to the heart; patra-rathaiḥ — by the birds; vibhramat — bewildering; bhramara-śriyaḥ — decorated by drones.
I passed through hills and mountains full of reservoirs of various minerals like gold, silver and copper, and through tracts of land with reservoirs of water filled with beautiful lotus flowers, fit for the denizens of heaven, decorated with bewildered bees and singing birds.
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