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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 8.8.16
hāraḿ sarasvatī padmam
ajo nāgāś ca kuṇḍale
bhūṣaṇāni — varieties of ornaments; vicitrāṇi — all very nicely decorated; viśvakarmā prajāpatiḥ — Viśvakarmā, one of the prajāpatis, the sons of Lord Brahmā who generate progeny; hāram — garland or necklace; sarasvatī — the goddess of education; padmam — a lotus flower; ajaḥ — Lord Brahmā; nāgāḥ ca — the inhabitants of Nāgaloka; kuṇḍale — two earrings.
Viśvakarmā, one of the prajāpatis, supplied varieties of decorated ornaments. The goddess of learning, Sarasvatī, supplied a necklace, Lord Brahmā supplied a lotus flower, and the inhabitants of Nāgaloka supplied earrings.
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