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SB 8.10.7

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 7

śaṅkha-tūrya-mṛdaṅgānāṁ
bherī-ḍamariṇāṁ mahān
hasty-aśva-ratha-pattīnāṁ
nadatāṁ nisvano 'bhavat


SYNONYMS

śaṅkha—of conchshells; tūrya—of big bugles; mṛdaṅgānām—and of drums; bherī—of bugles; ḍamariṇām—of kettledrums; mahān—great and tumultuous; hasti—of elephants; aśva—of horses; ratha-pattīnām—of fighters on chariots or on the ground; nadatām—all of them making sounds together; nisvanaḥ—a tumultuous sound; abhavat—so became.


TRANSLATION

The sounds of the conchshells, bugles, drums, bherīs and ḍamarīs [kettledrums], as well as the sounds made by the elephants, horses and soldiers, who were both on chariots and on foot, were tumultuous.



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