- nṛtyaiḥ savādyair upadeva-gītakair
- manoramāṁ sva-prabhayā jita-prabhām
mṛdaṅga—of drums; śaṅkha—conchshells; ānaka-dundubhi—and kettledrums; svanaiḥ—by the sounds; sa-tāla—in perfect tune; vīṇā—a stringed instrument; muraja—a kind of drum; iṣṭa-veṇubhiḥ—accompanied by the very nice sound of the flute; nṛtyaiḥ—with dancing; sa-vādyaiḥ—with concert instruments; upadeva-gītakaiḥ—with singing by the secondary demigods like the Gandharvas; manoramām—beautiful and pleasing; sva-prabhayā—by its own brilliance; jita-prabhām—the personification of beauty was conquered.
The city was filled with the sounds of mṛdaṅgas, conchshells, kettledrums, flutes and well-tuned stringed instruments all playing in concert. There was constant dancing and the Gandharvas sang. The combined beauty of Indrapurī defeated beauty personified.