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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 8.8.26
vāditrāṇāḿ pṛthuḥ svanaḥ
nṛtyatāḿ gāyatām abhūt
śańkha — conchshells; tūrya — bugles; mṛdańgānām — and of different types of drums; vāditrāṇām — of the musical instruments; pṛthuḥ — very great; svanaḥ — sound; deva-anugānām — the inhabitants of the upper planets like the Gandharvas and Cāraṇas, who follow the demigods; sa-strīṇām — as along with their own wives; nṛtyatām — engaged in dancing; gāyatām — singing; abhūt — became.
The inhabitants of Gandharvaloka and Cāraṇaloka then took the opportunity to play their musical instruments, such as conchshells, bugles and drums. They began dancing and singing along with their wives.
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