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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 5.16.16
mandarotsańga ekādaśa-śata-yojanottuńga-devacūta-śiraso giri-śikhara-sthūlāni phalāny amṛta-kalpāni patanti
mandara-utsańge — on the lower slopes of Mandara Mountain; ekādaśa-śata-yojana-uttuńga — 1,100 yojanas high; devacūta-śirasaḥ — from the top of a mango tree named Devacūta; giri-śikhara-sthūlāni — which are as fat as mountain peaks; phalāni — fruit; amṛta-kalpāni — as sweet as nectar; patanti — fall down.
On the lower slopes of Mandara Mountain is a mango tree named Devacūta. It is 1,100 yojanas high. Mangoes as big as mountain peaks and as sweet as nectar fall from the top of this tree for the enjoyment of the denizens of heaven.
In the Vāyu Purāṇa there is also a reference to this tree by great learned sages:
aratnīnāḿ śatāny aṣṭāv
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