bhadra cottarato meru-siraso nipatita giri-sikharad giri-sikharam atihaya srngavatah srngad avasyandamana uttarams tu kurun abhita udicyam disi jaladhim abhipravisati.
bhadra—the branch known as Bhadra; ca—also; uttaratah—to the northern side; meru-sirasah—from the top of Mount Meru; nipatita—having fallen; giri-sikharat—from the peak of Kumuda Mountain; giri-sikharam—to the peak of Nila Mountain; atihaya—passing over as if not touching; srngavatah—of the mountain known as Srngavan; srngat—from the peak; avasyandamana—flowing; uttaran—the northern; tu—but; kurun—the land known as Kuru; abhitah—on all sides; udicyam—in the northern; disi—direction; jaladhim—the ocean of salt water; abhipravisati—enters into.
The branch of the Ganges known as Bhadra flows from the northern side of Mount Meru. Its waters fall onto the peaks of Kumuda Mountain, Mount Nila, Sveta Mountain and Srngavan Mountain in succession. Then it runs down into the province of Kuru and, after crossing through that land, flows into the saltwater ocean in the north.
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