1. 56

    सदस्यर्त्विक्सुरगणान् नृभूतपितृचारणान् । श्रीनिकेतमनुज्ञाप्य शंसन्तः प्रययुः क्रतुम् ।। १०-८४-५६ ।।

    the officiating members of the assembly; and also the priests, witnessing demigods, humans, spirits, forefathers and Cāraṇas. Then, taking permission from Lord Kṛṣṇa, the shelter of the goddess of fortune, the various guests departed as they all chanted the glories of Vasudeva’s sacrifice. ।। 10-84-56 ।।

  2. 57

    धृतराष्ट्रोऽनुजः पार्था भीष्मो द्रोणः पृथा यमौ । नारदो भगवान् व्यासः सुहृत्सम्बन्धिबान्धवाः ।। १०-८४-५७ ।।

    The Yadus were all embraced by their friends, close family members and other relatives, including Dhṛtarāṣṭra and his younger brother, Vidura; Pṛthā and her sons; Bhīṣma; Droṇa; the twins Nakula and Sahadeva; Nārada; and Vedavyāsa, the Personality of Godhead. ।। 10-84-57 ।।

  3. 58

    बन्धून् परिष्वज्य यदून् सौहृदात्क्लिन्नचेतसः । ययुर्विरहकृच्छ्रेण स्वदेशांश्चापरे जनाः ।। १०-८४-५८ ।।

    Their hearts melting with affection, these and the other guests left for their kingdoms, their progress slowed by the pain of separation. ।। 10-84-58 ।।

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    नन्दस्तु सह गोपालैर्बृहत्या पूजयार्चितः । कृष्णरामोग्रसेनाद्यैर्न्यवात्सीद्बन्धुवत्सलः ।। १०-८४-५९ ।।

    Nanda Mahārāja showed his affection for his relatives, the Yadus, by remaining with them a little longer, together with his cowherds. During his stay, Kṛṣṇa, Balarāma, Ugrasena and the others honored him with especially opulent worship. ।। 10-84-59 ।।

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    वसुदेवोऽञ्जसोत्तीर्य मनोरथमहार्णवम् । सुहृद्वृतः प्रीतमना नन्दमाह करे स्पृशन् ।। १०-८४-६० ।।

    Having so easily crossed over the vast ocean of his ambition, Vasudeva felt fully satisfied. In the company of his many well-wishers, he took Nanda by the hand and addressed him as follows. ।। 10-84-60 ।।