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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.6.10
nānā — different kinds; maṇi — jewels; mayaiḥ — made of; śṛńgaiḥ — with the peaks; nānā-dhātu-vicitritaiḥ — decorated with various minerals; nānā — various; druma — trees; latā — creepers; gulmaiḥ — plants; nānā — various; mṛga-gaṇa — by groups of deer; āvṛtaiḥ — inhabited by.
Kailāsa is full of mountains filled with all kinds of valuable jewels and minerals and surrounded by all varieties of valuable trees and plants. The top of the hill is nicely decorated by various types of deer.
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