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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 4.9.61
yatra raukmā upaskarāḥ
payaḥ — milk; phena — foam; nibhāḥ — like; śayyāḥ — bedding; dāntāḥ — made of ivory; rukma — golden; paricchadāḥ — with embellishments; āsanāni — sitting places; mahā-arhāṇi — very valuable; yatra — where; raukmāḥ — golden; upaskarāḥ — furniture.
The bedding in the palace was as white as the foam of milk and was very soft. The bedsteads were made of ivory with embellishments of gold, and the chairs, benches and other sitting places and furniture were made of gold.
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