TEXT 33
sankha-turya-mrdangas ca
nedur dundubhayah samam
prayana-prakrame tata
vara-vadhvoh sumangalam
SYNONYMS
sankha—conchshells; turya—bugles; mrdangah—drums; ca—also; neduh—vibrated; dundubhayah—kettledrums; samam—in concert; prayana-prakrame—at the time of departure; tata—O beloved son; vara-vadhvoh—of the bridegroom and the bride; su-mangalam—for the purpose of their auspicious departure.
TRANSLATION
O beloved son, Maharaja Pariksit, when the bride and bridegroom were ready to start, conchshells, bugles, drums and kettledrums all vibrated in concert for their auspicious departure.

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