|Canto 4: Creation of the Fourth Order||Chapter 21: Instructions by Mahārāja Pṛthu|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.21.2
lājair arcirbhir arcitam
candana — sandalwood; aguru — a kind of fragrant herb; toya — the water of; ārdra — sprinkled with; rathyā — a path for driving a chariot; catvara — small parks; mārgavat — lanes; puṣpa — flowers; akṣata — unbroken; phalaiḥ — by the fruits; tokmaiḥ — minerals; lājaiḥ — wetted grains; arcirbhiḥ — by lamps; arcitam — decorated.
Fragrant water distilled from sandalwood and aguru herb was sprinkled everywhere on the lanes, roads and small parks throughout the city, and everywhere were decorations of unbroken fruits, flowers, wetted grains, varied minerals, and lamps, all presented as auspicious paraphernalia.
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