1. 46

    किमस्माभिर्वनौकोभिरन्याभिर्वा महात्मनः । श्रीपतेराप्तकामस्य क्रियेतार्थः कृतात्मनः ।। १०-४७-४६ ।।

    The great soul Kṛṣṇa is the Lord of the goddess of fortune, and He automatically achieves whatever He desires. How can we forest-dwellers or any other women fulfill His purposes when He is already fulfilled within Himself? ।। 10-47-46 ।।

  2. 47

    परं सौख्यं हि नैराश्यं स्वैरिण्यप्याह पिङ्गला । तज्जानतीनां नः कृष्णे तथाप्याशा दुरत्यया ।। १०-४७-४७ ।।

    Indeed, the greatest happiness is to renounce all desires, as even the prostitute Piṅgalā has declared. Yet even though we know this, we cannot give up our hopes of attaining Kṛṣṇa. ।। 10-47-47 ।।

  3. 48

    क उत्सहेत सन्त्यक्तुमुत्तमश्लोकसंविदम् । अनिच्छतोऽपि यस्य श्रीरङ्गान्न च्यवते क्वचित् ।। १०-४७-४८ ।।

    Who can bear to give up intimate talks with Lord Uttamaḥśloka? Although He shows no interest in her, Goddess Śrī never moves from her place on His chest. ।। 10-47-48 ।।

  4. 49

    सरिच्छैलवनोद्देशा गावो वेणुरवा इमे । सङ्कर्षणसहायेन कृष्णेनाचरिताः प्रभो ।। १०-४७-४९ ।।

    Dear Uddhava Prabhu, when Kṛṣṇa was here in the company of Saṅkarṣaṇa, He enjoyed all these rivers, hills, forests, cows and flute sounds. ।। 10-47-49 ।।

  5. 50

    पुनः पुनः स्मारयन्ति नन्दगोपसुतं बत । श्रीनिकेतैस्तत्पदकैर्विस्मर्तुं नैव शक्नुमः ।। १०-४७-५० ।।

    All these remind us constantly of Nanda’s son. Indeed, because we see Kṛṣṇa’s footprints, which are marked with divine symbols, we can never forget Him. ।। 10-47-50 ।।