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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


vetra, veṇu, dala, śṛṅga, vastra, alaṅkāra
gopa-gaṇera yata, tāra nāhi lekhā-pāra


vetra—canes; veṇu—flutes; dala—lotus flowers; śṛṅga—horns; vastra—garments; alaṅkāra—ornaments; gopa-gaṇera yata—as many as are possessed by the cowherd boys; tāra—of them; nāhi—there is not; lekhā-pāra—limitation to writing.


“All the cowherd boys had unlimited calves. Similarly, their canes, flutes, lotus flowers, horns, garments and ornaments were all unlimited. They cannot be limited by writing about them.