1. 6

    यत्र सङ्गीतसन्नादैर्नदद्गुहममर्षया । अभिगर्जन्ति हरयः श्लाघिनः परशङ्कया ।। ८-२-६ ।।

    Because of the resounding vibrations of the denizens of heaven singing in the caves, the lions there, being very proud of their strength, roar with unbearable envy, thinking that another lion is roaring in that way. ।। 8-2-6 ।।

  2. 7

    नानारण्यपशुव्रातसङ्कुलद्रोण्यलङ्कृतः । चित्रद्रुमसुरोद्यानकलकण्ठविहङ्गमः ।। ८-२-७ ।।

    The valleys beneath Trikūṭa Mountain are beautifully decorated by many varieties of jungle animals, and in the trees, which are maintained in gardens by the demigods, varieties of birds chirp with sweet voices. ।। 8-2-7 ।।

  3. 8

    सरित्सरोभिरच्छोदैः पुलिनैर्मणिवालुकैः । देवस्त्रीमज्जनामोदसौरभाम्ब्वनिलैर्युतः ।। ८-२-८ ।।

    Trikūṭa Mountain has many lakes and rivers, with beaches covered by small gems resembling grains of sand. The water is as clear as crystal, and when the demigod damsels bathe in it, their bodies lend fragrance to the water and the breeze, thus enriching the atmosphere. ।। 8-2-8 ।।

  4. 9

    तस्य द्रोण्यां भगवतो वरुणस्य महात्मनः । उद्यानमृतुमन्नाम आक्रीडं सुरयोषिताम् ।। ८-२-९ ।।

    In a valley of Trikūṭa Mountain there was a garden called Ṛtumat. This garden belonged to the great devotee Varuṇa and was a sporting place for the damsels of the demigods. ।। 8-2-9 ।।

  5. 10

    सर्वतोऽलङ्कृतं दिव्यैर्नित्यं पुष्पफलद्रुमैः । मन्दारैः पारिजातैश्च पाटलाशोकचम्पकैः ।। ८-२-१० ।।

    Flowers and fruits grew there in all seasons. Among them were mandāras, pārijātas, pāṭalas, aśokas, campakas, ।। 8-2-10 ।।