|Canto 9: Liberation||Chapter 11: Lord Rāmacandra Rules the World|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 9.11.28
pūgaiḥ savṛntai rambhābhiḥ
ādarśair aḿśukaiḥ sragbhiḥ
pūgaiḥ — by trees of betel nut; sa-vṛntaiḥ — with bunches of flowers and fruits; rambhābhiḥ — with banana trees; paṭṭikābhiḥ — with flags; su-vāsasām — decorated with colorful cloth; ādarśaiḥ — with mirrors; aḿśukaiḥ — with cloths; sragbhiḥ — with garlands; kṛta-kautuka — made auspicious; toraṇām — possessing reception gates.
Wherever Lord Rāmacandra visited, auspicious welcome gates were constructed, with banana trees and betel nut trees, full of flowers and fruits. The gates were decorated with various flags made of colorful cloth and with tapestries, mirrors and garlands.
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