1. 6

    सुतं मृधे खं वपुषा ग्रसन्तं दृष्ट्वा सुनाभोन्मथितं धरित्र्या । आमन्त्रितस्तत्तनयाय शेषं दत्त्वा तदन्तःपुरमाविवेश ।। ३-३-६ ।।

    Narakāsura, the son of Dharitrī, the earth, tried to grasp the whole sky, and for this he was killed by the Lord in a fight. His mother then prayed to the Lord. This led to the return of the kingdom to the son of Narakāsura, and thus the Lord entered the house of the demon. ।। 3-3-6 ।।

  2. 7

    तत्राहृतास्ता नरदेवकन्याः कुजेन दृष्ट्वा हरिमार्तबन्धुम् । उत्थाय सद्यो जगृहुः प्रहर्षव्रीडानुरागप्रहितावलोकैः ।। ३-३-७ ।।

    There in the house of the demon, all the princesses kidnapped by Narakāsura at once became alert upon seeing the Lord, the friend of the distressed. They looked upon Him with eagerness, joy and shyness and offered to be His wives. ।। 3-3-7 ।।

  3. 8

    आसां मुहूर्त एकस्मिन्नानागारेषु योषिताम् । सविधं जगृहे पाणीननुरूपः स्वमायया ।। ३-३-८ ।।

    All those princesses were lodged in different apartments, and the Lord simultaneously assumed different bodily expansions exactly matching each and every princess. He accepted their hands in perfect rituals by His internal potency. ।। 3-3-8 ।।

  4. 9

    तास्वपत्यान्यजनयदात्मतुल्यानि सर्वतः । एकैकस्यां दश दश प्रकृतेर्विबुभूषया ।। ३-३-९ ।।

    Just to expand Himself according to His transcendental features, the Lord begot in each and every one of them ten offspring with exactly His own qualities. ।। 3-3-9 ।।

  5. 10

    कालमागधशाल्वादीननीकै रुन्धतः पुरम् । अजीघनत्स्वयं दिव्यं स्वपुंसां तेज आदिशत् ।। ३-३-१० ।।

    Kālayavana, the King of Magadha and Sālva attacked the city of Mathurā, but when the city was encircled by their soldiers, the Lord refrained from killing them personally, just to show the power of His own men. ।। 3-3-10 ।।