1. 46

    गावो मृगाः खगा नार्यः पुष्पिण्यः शरदाभवन् । अन्वीयमानाः स्ववृषैः फलैरीशक्रिया इव ।। १०-२०-४६ ।।

    By the influence of the autumn season, all the cows, doe, women and female birds became fertile and were followed by their respective mates in search of sexual enjoyment, just as activities performed for the service of the Supreme Lord are automatically followed by all beneficial results. ।। 10-20-46 ।।

  2. 47

    उदहृष्यन् वारिजानि सूर्योत्थाने कुमुद्विना । राज्ञा तु निर्भया लोका यथा दस्यून् विना नृप ।। १०-२०-४७ ।।

    O King Parīkṣit, when the autumn sun rose, all the lotus flowers blossomed happily, except the night-blooming kumut, just as in the presence of a strong ruler everyone becomes fearless, except the thieves. ।। 10-20-47 ।।

  3. 48

    पुरग्रामेष्वाग्रयणैरिन्द्रियैश्च महोत्सवैः । बभौ भूः पक्वसस्याढ्या कलाभ्यां नितरां हरेः ।। १०-२०-४८ ।।

    In all the towns and villages people held great festivals, performing the Vedic fire sacrifice for honoring and tasting the first grains of the new harvest, along with similar celebrations that followed local custom and tradition. Thus the earth, rich with newly grown grain and especially beautified by the presence of Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma, shone beautifully as an expansion of the Supreme Lord. ।। 10-20-48 ।।

  4. 49

    वणिङ्मुनिनृपस्नाता निर्गम्यार्थान् प्रपेदिरे । वर्षरुद्धा यथा सिद्धाः स्वपिण्डान् काल आगते ।। १०-२०-४९ ।।

    The merchants, sages, kings and brahmacārī students, kept in by the rain, were at last free to go out and attain their desired objects, just as those who achieve perfection in this life can, when the proper time comes, leave the material body and attain their respective forms. ।। 10-20-49 ।।