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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.6.12
kūjitaiś ca patattriṇām
mayūra — peacocks; kekā — with the cries; abhirutam — resounding; mada — by intoxication; andha — blinded; ali — by the bees; vimūrcchitam — resounded; plāvitaiḥ — with the singing; rakta-kaṇṭhānām — of the cuckoos; kūjitaiḥ — with the whispering; ca — and; patattriṇām — of other birds.
On Kailāsa Hill there is always the rhythmical sound of the peacocks' sweet vibrations and the bees' humming. Cuckoos are always singing, and other birds whisper amongst themselves.
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