tatha ghrtodad bahih krauncadvipo dvi-gunah sva-manena ksirodena parita upaklpto vrto yatha kusadvipo ghrtodena yasmin kraunco nama parvata-rajo dvipa-nama-nirvartaka aste.
tatha—so also; ghrta-udat—from the ocean of clarified butter; bahih—outside; kraunca-dvipah—another island, known as Krauncadvipa; dvi-gunah—twice as big; sva-manena—as the same measurement; ksira-udena—by an ocean of milk; paritah—all around; upaklptah—surrounded; vrtah—surrounded; yatha—like; kusa-dvipah—the island known as Kusadvipa; ghrta-udena—by an ocean of clarified butter; yasmin—in which; krauncah nama—named Kraunca; parvata-rajah—a king of mountains; dvipa-nama—the name of the island; nirvartakah—bringing about; aste—exists.
Outside the ocean of clarified butter is another island, known as Krauncadvipa, which has a width of 1,600,000 yojanas [12,800,000 miles], twice the width of the ocean of clarified butter. As Kusadvipa is surrounded by an ocean of clarified butter, Krauncadvipa is surrounded by an ocean of milk as broad as the island itself. On Krauncadvipa there is a great mountain known as Kraunca, from which the island takes its name.
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