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SB 5.20.34

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 34

tataḥ parastāl lokāloka-nāmācalo
lokālokayor antarāle parita upakṣiptaḥ


SYNONYMS

tataḥ—from that ocean of sweet drinking water; parastāt—beyond; lokāloka-nāma—named Lokāloka; acalaḥ—a mountain; loka-alokayoḥ antarāle—between the countries full of sunlight and those without sunlight; paritaḥ—all around; upakṣiptaḥ—exists.


TRANSLATION

Thereafter, beyond the ocean of sweet water and fully surrounding it, is a mountain named Lokāloka, which divides the countries that are full of sunlight from those not lit by the sun.



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