1. 21

    कदाचिदटमाना सा ब्रह्मलोकान्महीं गतम् । वव्रे बृहद्व्रतं मां तु जानती काममोहिता ।। ४-२७-२१ ।।

    When I once came to this earth from Brahmaloka, the highest planetary system, the daughter of Time, wandering over the universe, met me. Knowing me to be an avowed brahmacārī, she became lusty and proposed that I accept her. ।। 4-27-21 ।।

  2. 22

    मयि संरभ्य विपुलमदाच्छापं सुदुःसहम् । स्थातुमर्हसि नैकत्र मद्याच्ञाविमुखो मुने ।। ४-२७-२२ ।।

    The great sage Nārada continued: When I refused to accept her request, she became very angry at me and cursed me severely. Because I refused her request, she said that I would not be able to stay in one place for a long time. ।। 4-27-22 ।।

  3. 23

    ततो विहतसङ्कल्पा कन्यका यवनेश्वरम् । मयोपदिष्टमासाद्य वव्रे नाम्ना भयं पतिम् ।। ४-२७-२३ ।।

    After she was thus disappointed by me, with my permission she approached the King of the Yavanas, whose name was Bhaya, or Fear, and she accepted him as her husband. ।। 4-27-23 ।।

  4. 24

    ऋषभं यवनानां त्वां वृणे वीरेप्सितं पतिम् । सङ्कल्पस्त्वयि भूतानां कृतः किल न रिष्यति ।। ४-२७-२४ ।।

    Approaching the King of the Yavanas, Kālakanyā addressed him as a great hero, saying: My dear sir, you are the best of the untouchables. I am in love with you, and I want you as my husband. I know that no one is baffled if he makes friends with you. ।। 4-27-24 ।।

  5. 25

    द्वाविमावनुशोचन्ति बालावसदवग्रहौ । यल्लोकशास्त्रोपनतं न राति न तदिच्छति ।। ४-२७-२५ ।।

    One who does not give charity according to the customs or injunctions of the scriptures and one who does not accept charity in that way are considered to be in the mode of ignorance. Such persons follow the path of the foolish. Surely they must lament at the end. ।। 4-27-25 ।।