TEXTS 14–15
mandaraih parijatais ca
saralais copasobhitam
tamalaih sala-talais ca
kovidarasanarjunaih
cutaih kadambair nipais ca
naga-punnaga-campakaih
patalasoka-bakulaih
kundaih kurabakair api
SYNONYMS
mandaraih—with mandaras; parijataih—with parijatas; ca—and; saralaih—with saralas; ca—and; upasobhitam—decorated; tamalaih—with tamala trees; sala-talaih—with salas and talas; ca—and; kovidara-asana-arjunaihkovidaras, asanas (vijaya-saras) and arjuna trees (kancanarakas); cutaih—with cutas (a species of mango); kadambaih—with kadambas; nipaih—with nipas (dhuli-kadambas); ca—and; naga-punnaga-campakaih—with nagas, punnagas and campakas; patala-asoka-bakulaih—with patalas, asokas and bakulas; kundaih—with kundas; kurabakaih—with kurabakas; api—also.
TRANSLATION
The whole of Kailasa Hill is decorated with various kinds of trees, of which the following names may be mentioned: mandara, parijata, sarala, tamala, tala, kovidara, asana, arjuna, amra-jati (mango), kadamba, dhuli-kadamba, naga, punnaga, campaka, patala, asoka, bakula, kunda and kurabaka. The entire hill is decorated with such trees, which produce flowers with fragrant aromas.

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