1. 6

    धारयन्त्यतिकृच्छ्रेण प्रायः प्राणान् कथञ्चन । प्रत्यागमनसन्देशैर्वल्लव्यो मे मदात्मिकाः ।। १०-४६-६ ।।

    Simply because I have promised to return to them, My fully devoted cowherd girlfriends struggle to maintain their lives somehow or other. ।। 10-46-6 ।।

  2. 7

    श्रीशुक उवाच इत्युक्त उद्धवो राजन् सन्देशं भर्तुरादृतः । आदाय रथमारुह्य प्रययौ नन्दगोकुलम् ।। १०-४६-७ ।।

    Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Thus addressed, O King, Uddhava respectfully accepted his master’s message, mounted his chariot and set off for Nanda-gokula. ।। 10-46-7 ।।

  3. 8

    प्राप्तो नन्दव्रजं श्रीमान् निम्लोचति विभावसौ । छन्नयानः प्रविशतां पशूनां खुररेणुभिः ।। १०-४६-८ ।।

    The fortunate Uddhava reached Nanda Mahārāja’s pastures just as the sun was setting, and since the returning cows and other animals were raising dust with their hooves, his chariot passed unnoticed. ।। 10-46-8 ।।

  4. 9

    वासितार्थेऽभियुध्यद्भिर्नादितं शुष्मिभिर्वृषैः । धावन्तीभिश्च वास्राभिरूधोभारैः स्ववत्सकान् ।। १०-४६-९ ।।

    Gokula resounded on all sides with the sounds of bulls in rut fighting with one another for fertile cows; with the mooing of cows, burdened by their udders, chasing after their calves; ।। 10-46-9 ।।

  5. 10

    इतस्ततो विलङ्घद्भिर्गोवत्सैर्मण्डितं सितैः । गोदोहशब्दाभिरवं वेणूनां निःस्वनेन च ।। १०-४६-१० ।।

    with the noise of milking and of the white calves jumping here and there; with the loud reverberation of flute-playing; ।। 10-46-10 ।।