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SB 10.12.21

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 21

pratispardhete sṛkkabhyāṁ
savyāsavye nagodare
tuṅga-śṛṅgālayo 'py etās
tad-daṁṣṭrābhiś ca paśyata


SYNONYMS

pratispardhete—just resembling; sṛkkabhyām—with the corners of the mouth; savya-asavye—left and right; naga-udare—caves of a mountain; tuṅga-śṛṅga-ālayaḥ—the high mountain peaks; api—although it is so; etāḥ tat-daṁṣṭrābhiḥ—they resemble the teeth of the animal; ca—and; paśyata—just see.


TRANSLATION

On the left and right, the two depressions resembling mountain caves are the corners of its mouth, and the high mountain peaks are its teeth.



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