Brahma Vaivarta Purana
Chapter 21: Verse 21-30
Breaking the Indra-yajïa
21. . . . many delicious tree-ripened bananas and other ripe fruits in season, . . .
22.. . . O Närada, a thousand pots of milk, a thousand pots of yogurt, a hundred pots of honey, a thousand pots of ghee, . . .
23.. . . a hundred pots of butter, three hundred thousand pots of buttermilk, . . .
24.. . . five hundred thousand pots of molasses, and a hundred pots of Viñëu-oil.
25.-26.Regal bulls carried the many cooking ingredients. There were many pots of gold and silver. Many musicians melodiously played on golden instruments.
27.O brähmaëa, many beautiful and exquisite garments, ornaments, and golden thrones were brought to the tent.
28.A thousand goats, a hundred buffaloes, and a hundred thousand sheep were also brought.
29.A hundred rhinoceroses were also brought. The animals were sprinkled with water and protected by guards.
30.Who is able to count the trees and flowering vines in that place, or the boys, girls, and young men and women that came there?