|Canto 4: Creation of the Fourth Order||Chapter 6: Brahmā Satisfies Lord Śiva|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.6.21
karṇāntra — by the karṇāntra; ekapada — the ekapada; aśvāsyaiḥ — by the aśvāsya; nirjuṣṭam — fully enjoyed; vṛka-nābhibhiḥ — by the vṛka and nābhi, or kastūrī deer; kadalī — of banana trees; khaṇḍa — with groups; saḿruddha — covered; nalinī — of small lakes filled with lotus flowers; pulina — with the sandy banks; śriyam — very beautiful.
There are varieties of deer, such as karṇāntra, ekapada, aśvāsya, vṛka and kastūrī, the deer which bears musk. Besides the deer there are many banana trees which decorate the small hillside lakes very nicely.
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