matta—overjoyed; dvija—of birds; gaṇaiḥ—by flocks; ghuṣṭam—resounded; matta—intoxicated; bhramara—of bees; vibhramam—wandering; matta—maddened; barhi—of peacocks; naṭa—of dancers; āṭopam—pride; āhvayat—calling one another; matta—merry; kokilam—cuckoos.
The area resounded with the notes of overjoyed birds. Intoxicated bees wandered there, intoxicated peacocks proudly danced, and merry cuckoos called one another.
The beauty of the pleasant sounds heard in the area surrounding Lake Bindu-sarovara is described here. After drinking honey, the black bees became maddened, and they hummed in intoxication. Merry peacocks danced just like actors and actresses, and merry cuckoos called their mates very nicely.
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