The is is the english translation of the Sanatkumara Samhita. Sanatkumara in Sanskrit means “eternal youth”. Sage Sanatkumara was one of the Four Kumaras, the four Manasputras (mind-born-sons) or spiritual sons of Brahma. Sanatkumara is also the author of the Sanatkumara Samhita, which is part of the Shiva Purana, and has 59 chapters. Alternative ...
Sanskrit text and Unicode transliteration:
निशान्त-सेवा इ> <इ>मध्ये वृन्दावने रम्ये पञ्चाशत् कुञ्ज-मन्दिते
कल्प-वृक्ष-निकुञ्जे तु दिव्य-रत्न-मये गृहे
niśānta-sevā madhye vṛndāvane ramye pañcāśat kuñja-mandite
kalpa-vṛkṣa-nikuñje tu divya-ratna-maye gṛhe
Word-for-word Sanskrit-English equivalents:
niśānta-sevā—service at the end of night; madhye—in the middle; vṛndāvane—Vṛndāvana; ramye—beautiful; pa 24cāśat—fifty; kuñja—groves; mandite—decorated; kalpa-vṛkṣa—of kalpa-vṛkṣa trees; nikuñje—in a grove; tu—indeed; divya—splendid; ratna—jewels; maye—made; gṛhe—in a palace.
English translation of verse:
Pastimes in the End of Night In the middle of beautiful Vṛndāvana forest, which is decorated with fifty groves, in a grove of kalpa-vṛkṣa trees, in a glittering jewel palace, . . .