1. 41

    मत्तद्विजगणैर्घुष्टं मत्तभ्रमरविभ्रमम् । मत्तबर्हिनटाटोपमाह्वयन् मत्तकोकिलम् ।। ३-२१-४१ ।।

    The area resounded with the notes of overjoyed birds. Intoxicated bees wandered there, intoxicated peacocks proudly danced, and merry cuckoos called one another. ।। 3-21-41 ।।

  2. 42

    कदम्बचम्पकाशोककरञ्जबकुलासनैः । कुन्दमन्दारकुटजैश्चूतपोतैरलङ्कृतम् ।। ३-२१-४२ ।।

    Lake Bindu-sarovara was adorned by flowering trees such as kadamba, campaka, aśoka, karañja, bakula, āsana, kunda, mandāra, kuṭaja and young mango trees. ।। 3-21-42 ।।

  3. 43

    कारण्डवैः प्लवैर्हंसैः कुररैर्जलकुक्कुटैः । सारसैश्चक्रवाकैश्च चकोरैर्वल्गु कूजितम् ।। ३-२१-४३ ।।

    The air was filled with the pleasing notes of kāraṇḍava ducks, plavas, swans, ospreys, waterfowl, cranes, cakravākas and cakoras. ।। 3-21-43 ।।

  4. 44

    तथैव हरिणैः क्रोडैः श्वाविद्गवयकुञ्जरैः । गोपुच्छैर्हरिभिर्मर्कैर्नकुलैर्नाभिभिर्वृतम् ।। ३-२१-४४ ।।

    Its shores abounded with deer, boars, porcupines, gavayas, elephants, baboons, lions, monkeys, mongooses and musk deer. ।। 3-21-44 ।।

  5. 45

    प्रविश्य तत्तीर्थवरमादिराजः सहात्मजः । ददर्श मुनिमासीनं तस्मिन् हुतहुताशनम् ।। ३-२१-४५ ।।

    Entering that most sacred spot with his daughter and going near the sage, the first monarch, Svāyambhuva Manu, saw the sage sitting in his hermitage, having just propitiated the sacred fire by pouring oblations into it. ।। 3-21-45 ।।