1. 51

    रथानां षट्सहस्राणि रौक्माणां सूर्यवर्चसाम् । दासीनां निष्ककण्ठीनां सहस्रं दुहितृवत्सलः ।। १०-६८-५१ ।।

    6,000 golden chariots shining like the sun, and 1,000 maidservants with jeweled lockets on their necks. ।। 10-68-51 ।।

  2. 52

    प्रतिगृह्य तु तत्सर्वं भगवान् सात्वतर्षभः । ससुतः सस्नुषः प्रागात्सुहृद्भिरभिनन्दितः ।। १०-६८-५२ ।।

    The Supreme Lord, chief of the Yādavas, accepted all these gifts and then departed with His son and daughter-in-law as His well-wishers bid Him farewell. ।। 10-68-52 ।।

  3. 53

    ततः प्रविष्टः स्वपुरं हलायुधः समेत्य बन्धूननुरक्तचेतसः । शशंस सर्वं यदुपुङ्गवानां मध्ये सभायां कुरुषु स्वचेष्टितम् ।। १०-६८-५३ ।।

    Then Lord Halāyudha entered His city [Dvārakā] and met His relatives, whose hearts were all bound to Him in loving attachment. In the assembly hall He reported to the Yadu leaders everything about His dealings with the Kurus. ।। 10-68-53 ।।

  4. 54

    अद्यापि च पुरं ह्येतत्सूचयद्रामविक्रमम् । समुन्नतं दक्षिणतो गङ्गायामनुदृश्यते ।। १०-६८-५४ ।।

    Even today the city of Hastināpura is visibly elevated on its southern side along the Ganges, thus showing the signs of Lord Balarāma’s prowess. ।। 10-68-54 ।।