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The sounds of the conchshells, bugles, drums, bheris and damaris (kettledrums), as well as the sounds made by the elephants, horses and soldiers, who were both on chariots and on foot, were tumultuous

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"The sounds of the conchshells, bugles, drums, bheris and damaris (kettledrums), as well as the sounds made by the elephants, horses and soldiers, who were both on chariots and on foot, were tumultuous"

Srimad-Bhagavatam

SB Canto 8

The sounds of the conchshells, bugles, drums, bheris and damaris (kettledrums), as well as the sounds made by the elephants, horses and soldiers, who were both on chariots and on foot, were tumultuous.

The sounds of the conchshells, bugles, drums, bheris and damaris (kettledrums), as well as the sounds made by the elephants, horses and soldiers, who were both on chariots and on foot, were tumultuous.