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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 8.2.7
nānā — with varieties of; araṇya-paśu — jungle animals; vrāta — with a multitude; sańkula — filled; droṇi — with valleys; alańkṛtaḥ — very beautifully decorated; citra — with varieties of; druma — trees; sura-udyāna — in gardens maintained by the demigods; kalakaṇṭha — sweetly chirping; vihańgamaḥ — birds.
The valleys beneath Trikūṭa Mountain are beautifully decorated by many varieties of jungle animals, and in the trees, which are maintained in gardens by the demigods, varieties of birds chirp with sweet voices.
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