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CC Madhya 11.216 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 216

aṣṭa mṛdaṅga bāje, batriśa karatāla
hari-dhvani kare sabe, bale-bhāla, bhāla


aṣṭa mṛdaṅga—eight mṛdaṅgas; bāje—sounded; batriśa—thirty-two; karatāla—cymbals; hari-dhvani—vibrating the transcendental sound; kare—does; sabe—every one of them; bale—says; bhāla bhāla—very good, very good.


In the four groups there were eight mṛdaṅgas and thirty-two cymbals. All together they began to vibrate the transcendental sound, and everyone said, "Very good! Very good!"