1. 6

    शनकैर्भगवल्लोकान्नृलोकं पुनरागतः । विमृज्य नेत्रे विदुरं प्रत्याहोद्धव उत्स्मयन् ।। ३-२-६ ।।

    The great devotee Uddhava soon came back from the abode of the Lord to the human plane, and wiping his eyes, he awakened his reminiscence of the past and spoke to Vidura in a pleasing mood. ।। 3-2-6 ।।

  2. 7

    उद्धव उवाच कृष्णद्युमणिनिम्लोचे गीर्णेष्वजगरेण ह । किं नु नः कुशलं ब्रूयां गतश्रीषु गृहेष्वहम् ।। ३-२-७ ।।

    Śrī Uddhava said: My dear Vidura, the sun of the world, Lord Kṛṣṇa, has set, and our house has now been swallowed by the great snake of time. What can I say to you about our welfare? ।। 3-2-7 ।।

  3. 8

    दुर्भगो बत लोकोऽयं यदवो नितरामपि । ये संवसन्तो न विदुर्हरिं मीना इवोडुपम् ।। ३-२-८ ।।

    This universe with all its planets is most unfortunate. And even more unfortunate are the members of the Yadu dynasty because they could not identify Lord Hari as the Personality of Godhead, any more than the fish could identify the moon. ।। 3-2-8 ।।

  4. 9

    इङ्गितज्ञाः पुरुप्रौढा एकारामाश्च सात्त्वताः । सात्त्वतामृषभं सर्वे भूतावासममंसत ।। ३-२-९ ।।

    The Yadus were all experienced devotees, learned and expert in psychic study. Over and above this, they were always with the Lord in all kinds of relaxations, and still they were only able to know Him as the one Supreme who dwells everywhere. ।। 3-2-9 ।।

  5. 10

    देवस्य मायया स्पृष्टा ये चान्यदसदाश्रिताः । भ्राम्यते धीर्न तद्वाक्यैरात्मन्युप्तात्मनो हरौ ।। ३-२-१० ।।

    Under no circumstances can the words of persons bewildered by the illusory energy of the Lord deviate the intelligence of those who are completely surrendered souls. ।। 3-2-10 ।।