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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 5.16.11
mandaro merumandaraḥ supārśvaḥ kumuda ity ayuta-yojana-vistāronnāhā meroś catur-diśam avaṣṭambha-giraya upakḷptāḥ
mandaraḥ — the mountain named Mandara; meru-mandaraḥ — the mountain named Merumandara; supārśvaḥ — the mountain named Supārśva; kumudaḥ — the mountain named Kumuda; iti — thus; ayuta-yojana-vistāra-unnāhāḥ — which measure ten thousand yojanas high and wide; meroḥ — of Sumeru; catuḥ-diśam — the four sides; avaṣṭambha-girayaḥ — mountains that are like the belts of Sumeru; upakḷptāḥ — situated.
On the four sides of the great mountain known as Sumeru are four mountains — Mandara, Merumandara, Supārśva and Kumuda — which are like its belts. The length and height of these mountains are calculated to be 10,000 yojanas [80,000 miles].
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