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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.6.19-20
nalinīṣu kalaḿ kūjat-
mṛgaiḥ śākhāmṛgaiḥ kroḍair
gavayaiḥ śarabhair vyāghrai
kumuda — kumuda; utpala — utpala; kahlāra — kahlāra; śatapatra — lotuses; vana — forest; ṛddhibhiḥ — being covered with; nalinīṣu — in the lakes; kalam — very sweetly; kūjat — whispering; khaga — of birds; vṛnda — groups; upaśobhitam — decorated with; mṛgaiḥ — with deer; śākhā-mṛgaiḥ — with monkeys; kroḍaiḥ — with boars; mṛga-indraiḥ — with lions; ṛkṣa-śalyakaiḥ — with ṛkṣas and śalyakas; gavayaiḥ — with forest cows; śarabhaiḥ — with forest asses; vyāghraiḥ — with tigers; rurubhiḥ — with small deer; mahiṣa-ādibhiḥ — with buffalo, etc.
There are different kinds of lotus flowers, such as kumuda, utpala and śatapatra. The forest appears to be a decorated garden, and the small lakes are full of various kinds of birds who whisper very sweetly. There are many kinds of other animals also, like deer, monkeys, boars, lions, ṛkṣas, śalyakas, forest cows, forest asses, tigers, small deer, buffalo and many other animals, who are fully enjoying their lives.
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