eka nārikela nānā-jāti, eka āmra nānā bhāti,
panasa, kharjura, kamalā, nāraṅga, jāma, santarā,
drākṣā, bādāma, meoyā yata āra
eka—one item; nārikela—coconut; nānā-jāti—of many varieties; eka—one; āmra—mango; nānā bhāti—of many different qualities; kalā—banana; koli—berries; vividha-prakāra—of different varieties; panasa—jackfruit; kharjura—dates; kamalā—tangerines; nāraṅga—oranges; jāma—blackberries; santarā—another type of tangerine; drākṣā—grapes; bādāma—almonds; meoyā—dried fruits; yata—as many as there are; āra—and.
"Among the fruits were many varieties of coconut and mango, bananas, berries, jackfruits, dates, tangerines, oranges, blackberries, santarās, grapes, almonds and all kinds of dried fruit.
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