1. 11

    प्रलम्बं घातयित्वोग्रं बलेन बलशालिना । अमोचयद्व्रजपशून् गोपांश्चारण्यवह्नितः ।। १०-२६-११ ।।

    After arranging for the mighty Lord Balarāma to kill the terrible demon Pralamba, Kṛṣṇa saved Vraja’s cowherd boys and their animals from a forest fire. ।। 10-26-11 ।।

  2. 12

    आशीविषतमाहीन्द्रं दमित्वा विमदं ह्रदात् । प्रसह्योद्वास्य यमुनां चक्रेऽसौ निर्विषोदकाम् ।। १०-२६-१२ ।।

    Kṛṣṇa chastised the most poisonous serpent, Kāliya, and after humbling him He drove him forcibly from the lake of the Yamunā. In this way the Lord made the water of that river free of the snake’s powerful poison. ।। 10-26-12 ।।

  3. 13

    दुस्त्यजश्चानुरागोऽस्मिन् सर्वेषां नो व्रजौकसाम् । नन्द ते तनयेऽस्मासु तस्याप्यौत्पत्तिकः कथम् ।। १०-२६-१३ ।।

    Dear Nanda, how is it that we and all the other residents of Vraja cannot give up our constant affection for your son? And how is it that He is so spontaneously attracted to us? ।। 10-26-13 ।।

  4. 14

    क्व सप्तहायनो बालः क्व महाद्रिविधारणम् । ततो नो जायते शङ्का व्रजनाथ तवात्मजे ।। १०-२६-१४ ।।

    On the one hand this boy is only seven years old, and on the other we see that He has lifted the great hill Govardhana. Therefore, O King of Vraja, a doubt about your son arises within us. ।। 10-26-14 ।।

  5. 15

    नन्द उवाच श्रूयतां मे वचो गोपा व्येतु शङ्का च वोऽर्भके । एनं कुमारमुद्दिश्य गर्गो मे यदुवाच ह ।। १०-२६-१५ ।।

    Nanda Mahārāja replied: O cowherd men, just hear my words and let all your doubts concerning my son be gone. Some time ago Garga Muni spoke to me as follows about this boy. ।। 10-26-15 ।।