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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.11.52
tadā bakāriḿ sura-loka-vāsinaḥ
tad vīkṣya gopāla-sutā visismire
tadā — at that time; baka-arim — unto the enemy of Bakāsura; sura-loka-vāsinaḥ — the celestial denizens of the higher planets; samākiran — showered flowers; nandana-mallikā-ādibhiḥ — with such flowers as mallikā, which are grown in Nandana-kānana; samīḍire — also congratulated Him; ca — and; ānaka-śańkha-saḿstavaiḥ — by celestial kettledrums and conchshells, accompanied with prayers; tat vīkṣya — by seeing this; gopāla-sutāḥ — the cowherd boys; visismire — were struck with wonder.
At that time, the celestial denizens of the higher planetary system showered mallikā-puṣpa, flowers grown in Nandana-kānana, upon Kṛṣṇa, the enemy of Bakāsura. They also congratulated Him by sounding celestial kettledrums and conchshells and by offering prayers. Seeing this, the cowherd boys were struck with wonder.
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