1. 16

    हंसकारण्डवाकीर्णं चक्राह्वैः सारसैरपि । जलकुक्कुटकोयष्टिदात्यूहकुलकूजितम् ।। ८-२-१६ ।।

    The lake was crowded with swans, kāraṇḍavas, cakrāvakas, cranes, and flocks of water chickens, dātyūhas, koyaṣṭis and other murmuring birds. ।। 8-2-16 ।।

  2. 17

    मत्स्यकच्छपसञ्चारचलत्पद्मरजःपयः । कदम्बवेतसनलनीपवञ्जुलकैर्वृतम् ।। ८-२-१७ ।।

    Because of the agitating movements of the fish and tortoises, the water was decorated with pollen that had fallen from the lotus flowers. The lake was surrounded by kadamba flowers, ।। 8-2-17 ।।

  3. 18

    कुन्दैः कुरबकाशोकैः शिरीषैः कुटजेङ्गुदैः । कुब्जकैः स्वर्णयूथीभिर्नागपुन्नागजातिभिः ।। ८-२-१८ ।।

    Vetasa flowers, nalas, nīpas, vañjulakas, kundas, kurubakas, aśokas, śirīṣas, kūṭajas, iṅgudas, kubjakas, svarṇa-yūthīs, nāgas, punnāgas, jātīs, mallikās, ।। 8-2-18 ।।

  4. 19

    मल्लिकाशतपत्रैश्च माधवीजालकादिभिः । शोभितं तीरजैश्चान्यैर्नित्यर्तुभिरलं द्रुमैः ।। ८-२-१९ ।।

    Satapatras, jālakās and mādhavī-latās. The banks were also abundantly adorned with varieties of trees that yielded flowers and fruits in all seasons. Thus the entire mountain stood gloriously decorated. ।। 8-2-19 ।।

  5. 20

    तत्रैकदा तद्गिरिकाननाश्रयः करेणुभिर्वारणयूथपश्चरन् । सकण्टकान् कीचकवेणुवेत्रवद्विशालगुल्मं प्ररुजन् वनस्पतीन् ।। ८-२-२० ।।

    The leader of the elephants who lived in the forest of the mountain Trikūṭa once wandered toward the lake with his female elephants. He broke many plants, creepers, thickets and trees, not caring for their piercing thorns. ।। 8-2-20 ।।