TEXTS 9–13
tasya dronyam bhagavato
varunasya mahatmanah
udyanam rtuman nama
akridam sura-yositam
sarvato ’lankrtam divyair
nitya-puspa-phala-drumaih
mandaraih parijatais ca
patalasoka-campakaih
cutaih piyalaih panasair
amrair amratakair api
kramukair narikelais ca
kharjurair bijapurakaih
madhukaih sala-talais ca
tamalair asanarjunaih
aristodumbara-plaksair
vataih kimsuka-candanaih
picumardaih kovidaraih
saralaih sura-darubhih
drakseksu-rambha-jambubhir
badary-aksabhayamalaih
SYNONYMS
tasya—of that mountain (Trikuta); dronyam—in a valley; bhagavatah—of the great personality; varunasya—the demigod Varuna; maha-atmanah—who is a great devotee of the Lord; udyanam—a garden; rtumat—Rtumat; nama—of the name; akridam—a place of sporting pastimes; sura-yositam—of the damsels of the demigods; sarvatah—everywhere; alankrtam—beautifully decorated; divyaih—pertaining to the demigods; nitya—always; puspa—of flowers; phala—and fruits; drumaih—by trees; mandaraihmandara; parijataih—parijata; ca—also; patalapatala; asoka—asoka; campakaihcampaka; cutaihcuta fruits; piyalaihpiyala fruits; panasaihpanasa fruits; amraih—mangoes; amratakaih—sour fruits called amrataka; api—also; kramukaihkramuka fruits; narikelaih—coconut trees; ca—and; kharjuraih—date trees; bijapurakaih—pomegranates; madhukaihmadhuka fruits; sala-talaih—palm fruits; ca—and; tamalaihtamala trees; asanaasana trees; arjunaiharjuna trees; aristaarista fruits; udumbara—big udumbara trees; plaksaihplaksa trees; vataih—banyan trees; kimsuka—red flowers with no scent; candanaih—sandalwood trees; picumardaihpicumarda flowers; kovidaraihkovidara fruits; saralaihsarala trees; sura-darubhihsura-daru trees; draksa—grapes; iksuh—sugarcane; rambha—bananas; jambubhihjambu fruits; badaribadari fruits; aksaaksa fruits; abhayaabhaya fruits; amalaihamalaki, a sour fruit.
TRANSLATION
In a valley of Trikuta Mountain there was a garden called Rtumat. This garden belonged to the great devotee Varuna and was a sporting place for the damsels of the demigods. Flowers and fruits grew there in all seasons. Among them were mandaras, parijatas, patalas, asokas, campakas, cutas, piyalas, panasas, mangoes, amratakas, kramukas, coconut trees, date trees and pomegranates. There were madhukas, palm trees, tamalas, asanas, arjunas, aristas, udumbaras, plaksas, banyan trees, kimsukas and sandalwood trees. There were also picumardas, kovidaras, saralas, sura-darus, grapes, sugarcane, bananas, jambu, badaris, aksas, abhayas and amalakis.

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