|Canto 3: The Status Quo||Chapter 33: Activities of Kapila|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 3.33.18
gṛha-udyānam — the household garden; kusumitaiḥ — with flowers and fruits; ramyam — beautiful; bahu-amara-drumaiḥ — with many celestial trees; kūjat — singing; vihańga — of birds; mithunam — with pairs; gāyat — humming; matta — intoxicated; madhu-vratam — with bees.
The compound of the main household was surrounded by beautiful gardens, with sweet, fragrant flowers and many trees which produced fresh fruit and were tall and beautiful. The attraction of such gardens was that singing birds would sit on the trees, and their chanting voices, as well as the humming sound of the bees, made the whole atmosphere as pleasing as possible.
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