1. 31

    राजाधिदेव्यास्तनयां मित्रविन्दां पितृष्वसुः । प्रसह्य हृतवान् कृष्णो राजन् राज्ञां प्रपश्यताम् ।। १०-५८-३१ ।।

    My dear King, Lord Kṛṣṇa forcibly took away Princess Mitravindā, the daughter of His aunt Rājādhidevī, before the eyes of the rival kings. ।। 10-58-31 ।।

  2. 32

    नग्नजिन्नाम कौसल्य आसीद्राजातिधार्मिकः । तस्य सत्याभवत्कन्या देवी नाग्नजिती नृप ।। १०-५८-३२ ।।

    O King, Nagnajit, the very pious King of Kośala, had a lovely daughter named Satyā, or Nāgnajitī. ।। 10-58-32 ।।

  3. 33

    न तां शेकुर्नृपा वोढुमजित्वा सप्त गोवृषान् । तीक्ष्णश‍ृङ्गान् सुदुर्धर्षान् वीरगन्धासहान् खलान् ।। १०-५८-३३ ।।

    The kings who came as suitors were not allowed to marry her unless they could subdue seven sharp-horned bulls. These bulls were extremely vicious and uncontrollable, and they could not tolerate even the smell of warriors. ।। 10-58-33 ।।

  4. 34

    तां श्रुत्वा वृषजिल्लभ्यां भगवान् सात्वतां पतिः । जगाम कौसल्यपुरं सैन्येन महता वृतः ।। १०-५८-३४ ।।

    When the Supreme Personality of Godhead, the master of the Vaiṣṇavas, heard of the princess who was to be won by the conqueror of the bulls, He went to the capital of Kauśalya with a large army. ।। 10-58-34 ।।

  5. 35

    स कोसलपतिः प्रीतः प्रत्युत्थानासनादिभिः । अर्हणेनापि गुरुणा पूजयन् प्रतिनन्दितः ।। १०-५८-३५ ।।

    The King of Kośala, pleased to see Lord Kṛṣṇa, worshiped Him by rising from his throne and offering Him a seat of honor and substantial gifts. Lord Kṛṣṇa also greeted the King respectfully. ।। 10-58-35 ।।