tada dundubhayo nedur
tada—at that time; dundubhayah—kettledrums; neduh—resounded; mrdanga—drums; panava—small drums; adayah—etc.; gandharva-mukhyah—the chief residents of Gandharvaloka; prajaguh—sang; petuh—showered; kusuma—flowers; vrstayah—like rains.
At that time drums and kettledrums resounded from the sky, the chief Gandharvas began to sing and other demigods showered flowers like torrents of rain upon Dhruva Maharaja.
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