pṛthag rasamayaṁ payaḥ
vaṭa-vatsāḥ—making the banyan tree a calf; vanaḥ-patayaḥ—the trees; pṛthak—different; rasa-mayam—in the form of juices; payaḥ—milk; girayaḥ—the hills and mountains; himavat-vatsāḥ—making the Himalayas the calf; nānā—various; dhātūn—minerals; sva—own; sānuṣu—on their peaks.
The trees made a calf out of the banyan tree, and thus they derived milk in the form of many delicious juices. The mountains transformed the Himalayas into a calf, and they milked a variety of minerals into a pot made of the peaks of hills.
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