evam malyavac-chikharan nispatanti tato ’nuparata-vega ketumalam abhi caksuh praticyam disi sarit-patim pravisati.
evam—in this way; malyavat-sikharat—from the top of Malyavan Mountain; nispatanti—falling down; tatah—thereafter; anuparata-vega—whose force is uninterrupted; ketumalam abhi—into the land known as Ketumala-varsa; caksuh—the branch known as Caksu; praticyam—in the West; disi—direction; sarit-patim—the ocean; pravisati—enters into.
The branch of the Ganges known as Caksu falls onto the summit of Malyavan Mountain and from there cascades onto the land of Ketumala-varsa. The Ganges flows incessantly through Ketumala-varsa and in this way also reaches the ocean of salt water in the West.
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