mandaro merumandaraḥ supārśvaḥ kumuda ity ayuta-yojana-vistāronnāhā meroś catur-diśam avaṣṭambha-giraya upakḷptāḥ.
mandaraḥ—the mountain named Mandara; meru-mandaraḥ—the mountain named Merumandara; supārśvaḥ—the mountain named Supārśva; kumudaḥ—the mountain named Kumuda; iti—thus; ayuta-yojana-vistāra-unnāhāḥ—which measure ten thousand yojanas high and wide; meroḥ—of Sumeru; catuḥ-diśam—the four sides; avaṣṭambha-girayaḥ—mountains that are like the belts of Sumeru; upakḷptāḥ—situated.
On the four sides of the great mountain known as Sumeru are four mountains—Mandara, Merumandara, Supārśva and Kumuda—which are like its belts. The length and height of these mountains are calculated to be 10,000 yojanas [80,000 miles].
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