by Danavir Goswami | 425,489 words
The Garga-samhita Verse 6.1.28, English translation, including word-by-word: This text represents a Vaishnava scripture which narrates the life Krishna, It was composed in seventeen cantos by Garga Muni: an ancient sage and priest of the Yadu dynasty having. This is verse 6 of Chapter 1 (Jarasandha’s Defeat) of Canto 6 (dvaraka-khanda).
Sanskrit text, transliteration and word-by-word meaning:
kara—hands; mīnā—fish; mauli—crown; ratna—jewels; hāra—necklaces; kuṇḍala—earrings; śarkarā—pebbles; śastra—weapons; śuktiḥ—oysters; chinna- śaṅkhā—severed heads; cāmara—camaras; dhvaja—flags; saikatā—on the sandy beach.
English translation of verse 6.1.28:
. . . the severed hands fish, the helmets, earrings, and jewel necklaces pebbles, the weapons oysters, the severed heads cāmaras and flags on the sandy shore, . . .