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    महामणिव्रातकिरीटकुण्डलप्रभापरिक्षिप्तसहस्रकुन्तलम् । प्रलम्बचार्वष्टभुजं सकौस्तुभं श्रीवत्सलक्ष्मं वनमालया वृतम् ।। १०-८९-५६ ।।

    His profuse locks of hair were bathed on all sides in the brilliance reflected from the clusters of precious jewels decorating His crown and earrings. He wore the Kaustubha gem, the mark of Śrīvatsa and a garland of forest flowers. ।। 10-89-56 ।।

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    सुनन्दनन्दप्रमुखैः स्वपार्षदैश्चक्रादिभिर्मूर्तिधरैर्निजायुधैः । पुष्ट्या श्रिया कीर्त्यजयाखिलर्धिभिर्निषेव्यमाणं परमेष्ठिनां पतिम् ।। १०-८९-५७ ।।

    Serving that topmost of all Lords were His personal attendants, headed by Sunanda and Nanda; His cakra and other weapons in their personified forms; His consort potencies Puṣṭi, Śrī, Kīrti and Ajā; and all His various mystic powers. ।। 10-89-57 ।।

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    ववन्द आत्मानमनन्तमच्युतो जिष्णुश्च तद्दर्शनजातसाध्वसः । तावाह भूमा परमेष्ठिनां प्रभुर्बद्धाञ्जली सस्मितमूर्जया गिरा ।। १०-८९-५८ ।।

    Lord Kṛṣṇa offered homage to Himself in this boundless form, and Arjuna, astonished at the sight of Lord Mahā-Viṣṇu, bowed down as well. Then, as the two of them stood before Him with joined palms, the almighty Mahā-Viṣṇu, supreme master of all rulers of the universe, smiled and spoke to them in a voice full of solemn authority. ।। 10-89-58 ।।

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    द्विजात्मजा मे युवयोर्दिदृक्षुणा मयोपनीता भुवि धर्मगुप्तये । कलावतीर्णाववनेर्भरासुरान् हत्वेह भूयस्त्वरयेतमन्ति मे ।। १०-८९-५९ ।।

    [Lord Mahā-Viṣṇu said:] I brought the brāhmaṇa’s sons here because I wanted to see the two of you, My expansions, who have descended to the earth to save the principles of religion. As soon as you finish killing the demons who burden the earth, quickly come back here to Me. ।। 10-89-59 ।।

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    पूर्णकामावपि युवां नरनारायणावृषी । धर्ममाचरतां स्थित्यै ऋषभौ लोकसङ्ग्रहम् ।। १०-८९-६० ।।

    Although all your desires are completely fulfilled, O best of exalted personalities, for the benefit of the people in general you should continue to exemplify religious behavior as the sages Nara and Nārāyaṇa. ।। 10-89-60 ।।