SB 10.53.15

mada-cyudbhir gajānīkaiḥ
 syandanair hema-mālibhiḥ
patty-aśva-saṅkulaiḥ sainyaiḥ
 parītaḥ kuṇdīnaṁ yayau
Synonyms: 
mada — liquid secreted from the forehead; cyudbhiḥ — exuding; gaja — of elephants; anīkaiḥ — with hordes; syandanaiḥ — with chariots; hema — golden; mālibhiḥ — decorated with garlands; patti — with foot soldiers; aśva — and horses; saṅkulaiḥ — crowded; sainyaiḥ — by armies; parītaḥ — accompanied; kuṇḍinam — to Kuṇḍina, Bhīṣmaka’s capital; yayau — he went.
Translation: 
King Damaghoṣa traveled to Kuṇḍina accompanied by armies of elephants exuding mada, chariots hung with golden chains, and numerous cavalry and infantry soldiers.