1. 31

    विपन्नान्विषपानेन निगृह्य भुजगाधिपम् । उत्थाप्यापाययद्गावस्तत्तोयं प्रकृतिस्थितम् ।। ३-२-३१ ।।

    The inhabitants of Vṛndāvana were perplexed by great difficulties because a certain portion of the Yamunā was poisoned by the chief of the reptiles [Kāliya]. The Lord chastised the snake-king within the water and drove him away, and after coming out of the river, He caused the cows to drink the water and proved that the water was again in its natural state. ।। 3-2-31 ।।

  2. 32

    अयाजयद्गोसवेन गोपराजं द्विजोत्तमैः । वित्तस्य चोरुभारस्य चिकीर्षन् सद्व्ययं विभुः ।। ३-२-३२ ।।

    The Supreme Lord, Kṛṣṇa, desired to utilize the opulent financial strength of Mahārāja Nanda for worship of the cows, and also He wanted to give a lesson to Indra, the King of heaven. Thus He advised His father to perform worship of go, or the pasturing land and the cows, with the help of learned brāhmaṇas. ।। 3-2-32 ।।

  3. 33

    वर्षतीन्द्रे व्रजः कोपाद्भग्नमानेऽतिविह्वलः । गोत्रलीलातपत्रेण त्रातो भद्रानुगृह्णता ।। ३-२-३३ ।।

    O sober Vidura, King Indra, his honor having been insulted, poured water incessantly on Vṛndāvana, and thus the inhabitants of Vraja, the land of cows, were greatly distressed. But the compassionate Lord Kṛṣṇa saved them from danger with His pastime umbrella, the Govardhana Hill. ।। 3-2-33 ।।

  4. 34

    शरच्छशिकरैर्मृष्टं मानयन् रजनीमुखम् । गायन् कलपदं रेमे स्त्रीणां मण्डलमण्डनः ।। ३-२-३४ ।।

    In the third season of the year, the Lord enjoyed as the central beauty of the assembly of women by attracting them with His pleasing songs in an autumn night brightened by moonshine. ।। 3-2-34 ।।