karandavaih plavair hamsaih
sarasais cakravakais ca
cakorair valgu kujitam
kadamba—kadamba flowers; campaka—campaka flowers; asoka—asoka flowers; karanja—karanja flowers; bakula—bakula flowers; asanaih—by asana trees; kunda—kunda; mandara—mandara; kutajaih—and by kutaja trees; cuta-potaih—by young mango trees; alankrtam—adorned; karandavaih—by karandava ducks; plavaih—by plavas; hamsaih—by swans; kuraraih—by ospreys; jala-kukkutaih—by waterfowl; sarasaih—by cranes; cakravakaih—by cakravaka birds; ca—and; cakoraih—by cakora birds; valgu—pleasing; kujitam—vibration of birds’ sounds.
Lake Bindu-sarovara was adorned by flowering trees such as kadamba, campaka, asoka, karanja, bakula, asana, kunda, mandara, kutaja and young mango trees. The air was filled with the pleasing notes of karandava ducks, plavas, swans, ospreys, waterfowl, cranes, cakravakas and cakoras.
For most of the trees, flowers, fruits and birds mentioned here as surrounding Bindu-sarovara Lake, English synonyms cannot be found. All the trees mentioned are very pious in that they produce a nice aromatic flower, such as the campaka, kadamba and bakula. The sweet sounds of waterfowl and cranes made the surrounding area as pleasant as possible and created a very suitable spiritual atmosphere.
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