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SB 3.17.7

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 7

cukrośa vimanā vārdhir
udūrmiḥ kṣubhitodaraḥ
sodapānāś ca saritaś
cukṣubhuḥ śuṣka-paṅkajāḥ


SYNONYMS

cukrośa—wailed aloud; vimanāḥ—stricken with sorrow; vārdhiḥ—the ocean; udūrmiḥ—high waves; kṣubhita—agitated; udaraḥ—the creatures inside; sa-udapānāḥ—with the drinking water of the lakes and the wells; ca—and; saritaḥ—the rivers; cukṣubhuḥ—were agitated; śuṣka—withered; paṅkajāḥ—lotus flowers.


TRANSLATION

The ocean with its high waves wailed aloud as if stricken with sorrow, and there was a commotion among the creatures inhabiting the ocean. The rivers and lakes were also agitated, and lotuses withered.



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