1. 6

    यस्तयोरात्मजः कल्प आत्मना च धनेन च । वृत्तिं न दद्यात्तं प्रेत्य स्वमांसं खादयन्ति हि ।। १०-४५-६ ।।

    A son who, though able to do so, fails to provide for his parents with his physical resources and wealth is forced after his death to eat his own flesh. ।। 10-45-6 ।।

  2. 7

    मातरं पितरं वृद्धं भार्यां साध्वीं सुतं शिशुम् । गुरुं विप्रं प्रपन्नं च कल्पोऽबिभ्रच्छ्वसन् मृतः ।। १०-४५-७ ।।

    A man who, though able to do so, fails to support his elderly parents, chaste wife, young child or spiritual master, or who neglects a brāhmaṇa or anyone who comes to him for shelter, is considered dead, though breathing. ।। 10-45-7 ।।

  3. 8

    तन्नावकल्पयोः कंसान्नित्यमुद्विग्नचेतसोः । मोघमेते व्यतिक्रान्ता दिवसा वामनर्चतोः ।। १०-४५-८ ।।

    Thus We have wasted all these days, unable as We were to properly honor you because Our minds were always disturbed by fear of Kaṁsa. ।। 10-45-8 ।।

  4. 9

    तत्क्षन्तुमर्हथस्तात मातर्नौ परतन्त्रयोः । अकुर्वतोर्वां शुश्रूषां क्लिष्टयोर्दुर्हृदा भृशम् ।। १०-४५-९ ।।

    Dear Father and Mother, please forgive Us for not serving you. We are not independent and have been greatly frustrated by cruel Kaṁsa. ।। 10-45-9 ।।

  5. 10

    श्रीशुक उवाच इति मायामनुष्यस्य हरेर्विश्वात्मनो गिरा । मोहितावङ्कमारोप्य परिष्वज्यापतुर्मुदम् ।। १०-४५-१० ।।

    Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Thus beguiled by the words of Lord Hari, the Supreme Soul of the universe, who by His internal illusory potency appeared to be a human, His parents joyfully raised Him up on their laps and embraced Him. ।। 10-45-10 ।।