TEXT 12
mayūra-kekābhirutaṁ
madāndhāli-vimūrcchitam
plāvitai rakta-kaṇṭhānāṁ
kūjitaiś ca patattriṇām
SYNONYMS
mayūra—peacocks; kekā—with the cries; abhirutam—resounding; mada—by intoxication; andha—blinded; ali—by the bees; vimūrcchitam—resounded; plāvitaiḥ—with the singing; rakta-kaṇṭhānām—of the cuckoos; kūjitaiḥ—with the whispering; ca—and; patattriṇām—of other birds.
TRANSLATION
On Kailāsa Hill there is always the rhythmical sound of the peacocks’ sweet vibrations and the bees’ humming. Cuckoos are always singing, and other birds whisper amongst themselves.

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