1. 61

    तथेति सुतमादाय ययावानकदुन्दुभिः । नाभ्यनन्दत तद्वाक्यमसतोऽविजितात्मनः ।। १०-१-६१ ।।

    Vasudeva agreed and took his child back home, but because Kaṁsa had no character and no self-control, Vasudeva knew that he could not rely on Kaṁsa’s word. ।। 10-1-61 ।।

  2. 62

    नन्दाद्या ये व्रजे गोपा याश्चामीषां च योषितः । वृष्णयो वसुदेवाद्या देवक्याद्या यदुस्त्रियः ।। १०-१-६२ ।।

    The inhabitants of Vṛndāvana, headed by Nanda Mahārāja and including his associate cowherd men and their wives, were none but denizens of the heavenly planets, O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, best of the descendants of Bharata, and so too were the descendants of the Vṛṣṇi dynasty, headed by Vasudeva and Devakī and the other women of the dynasty of Yadu. ।। 10-1-62 ।।

  3. 63

    सर्वे वै देवताप्राया उभयोरपि भारत । ज्ञातयो बन्धुसुहृदो ये च कंसमनुव्रताः ।। १०-१-६३ ।।

    The friends, relatives and well-wishers of both Nanda Mahārāja and Vasudeva and even those who externally appeared to be followers of Kaṁsa were all demigods. ।। 10-1-63 ।।

  4. 64

    एतत्कंसाय भगवाञ्छशंसाभ्येत्य नारदः । भूमेर्भारायमाणानां दैत्यानां च वधोद्यमम् ।। १०-१-६४ ।।

    Once the great saint Nārada approached Kaṁsa and informed him of how the demoniac persons who were a great burden on the earth were going to be killed. Thus Kaṁsa was placed into great fear and doubt. ।। 10-1-64 ।।

  5. 65

    ऋषेर्विनिर्गमे कंसो यदून् मत्वा सुरानिति । देवक्या गर्भसम्भूतं विष्णुं च स्ववधं प्रति ।। १०-१-६५ ।।

    After the departure of the great saint Nārada, Kaṁsa thought that all the members of the Yadu dynasty were demigods and that any of the children born from the womb of Devakī might be Viṣṇu. ।। 10-1-65 ।।