nrtyaih savadyair upadeva-gitakair
manoramam sva-prabhaya jita-prabham
mrdanga—of drums; sankha—conchshells; anaka-dundubhi—and kettledrums; svanaih—by the sounds; sa-tala—in perfect tune; vina—a stringed instrument; muraja—a kind of drum; ista-venubhih—accompanied by the very nice sound of the flute; nrtyaih—with dancing; sa-vadyaih—with concert instruments; upadeva-gitakaih—with singing by the secondary demigods like the Gandharvas; manoramam—beautiful and pleasing; sva-prabhaya—by its own brilliance; jita-prabham—the personification of beauty was conquered.
The city was filled with the sounds of mrdangas, conchshells, kettledrums, flutes and well-tuned stringed instruments all playing in concert. There was constant dancing and the Gandharvas sang. The combined beauty of Indrapuri defeated beauty personified.
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