1. 11

    आत्मानं भूषयामास नरलोकविभूषणम् । वासोभिर्भूषणैः स्वीयैर्दिव्यस्रगनुलेपनैः ।। १०-७०-११ ।।

    Śrīdhara Svāmī points out that the Lord’s “own garments and ornaments” include the Lord’s well-known yellow garments, the Kaustubha gem and so on. ।। 10-70-11 ।।

  2. 12

    अवेक्ष्याज्यं तथाऽऽदर्शं गोवृषद्विजदेवताः । कामांश्च सर्ववर्णानां पौरान्तःपुरचारिणाम् । प्रदाप्य प्रकृतीः कामैः प्रतोष्य प्रत्यनन्दत ।। १०-७०-१२ ।।

    He would then look at ghee, a mirror, the cows and bulls, the brāhmaṇas and the demigods and see to it that the members of all the social classes living in the palace and throughout the city were satisfied with gifts. After this He would greet His ministers, gratifying them by fulfilling all their desires. ।। 10-70-12 ।।

  3. 13

    संविभज्याग्रतो विप्रान् स्रक्ताम्बूलानुलेपनैः । सुहृदः प्रकृतीर्दारानुपायुङ्क्त ततः स्वयम् ।। १०-७०-१३ ।।

    After first distributing flower garlands, pān and sandalwood paste to the brāhmaṇas, He would give these gifts to His friends, ministers and wives, and finally He would partake of them Himself. ।। 10-70-13 ।।

  4. 14

    तावत्सूत उपानीय स्यन्दनं परमाद्भुतम् । सुग्रीवाद्यैर्हयैर्युक्तं प्रणम्यावस्थितोऽग्रतः ।। १०-७०-१४ ।।

    By then the Lord’s driver would have brought His supremely wonderful chariot, yoked with Sugrīva and His other horses. His charioteer would bow down to the Lord and then stand before Him. ।। 10-70-14 ।।

  5. 15

    गृहीत्वा पाणिना पाणी सारथेस्तमथारुहत् । सात्यक्युद्धवसंयुक्तः पूर्वाद्रिमिव भास्करः ।। १०-७०-१५ ।।

    Holding on to His charioteer’s hands, Lord Kṛṣṇa would mount the chariot, together with Sātyaki and Uddhava, just like the sun rising over the easternmost mountain. ।। 10-70-15 ।।