SB 4.9.55

cūta-pallava-vāsaḥ-sraṅ-
 muktā-dāma-vilambibhiḥ
upaskṛtaṁ prati-dvāram
 apāṁ kumbhaiḥ sadīpakaiḥ
Synonyms: 
cūta-pallava — with mango leaves; vāsaḥ — cloth; srak — flower garlands; muktā-dāma — strings of pearls; vilambibhiḥ — hanging; upaskṛtam — decorated; prati-dvāram — at every gate; apām — full of water; kumbhaiḥ — with waterpots; sa-dīpakaiḥ — with burning lamps.
Translation: 
At each and every gate there were burning lamps and big waterpots decorated with differently colored cloth, strings of pearls, flower garlands and hanging mango leaves.