1. 6

    सा त्वं नः स्पर्धमानानामेकवस्तुनि मानिनि । ज्ञातीनां बद्धवैराणां शं विधत्स्व सुमध्यमे ।‌। ८-९-६ ।।

    We are now all engaged in enmity among ourselves because of this one subject matter — the container of nectar. Although we have been born in the same family, we are becoming increasingly inimical. O thin-waisted woman, who are so beautiful in Your prestigious position, we therefore request You to favor us by settling our dispute. ।‌। 8-9-6 ।।

  2. 7

    वयं कश्यपदायादा भ्रातरः कृतपौरुषाः । विभजस्व यथान्यायं नैव भेदो यथा भवेत् ।‌। ८-९-७ ।।

    All of us, both demons and demigods, have been born of the same father, Kaśyapa, and thus we are related as brothers. But now we are exhibiting our personal prowess in dissension. Therefore we request You to settle our dispute and divide the nectar equally among us. ।‌। 8-9-7 ।।

  3. 8

    इत्युपामन्त्रितो दैत्यैर्मायायोषिद्वपुर्हरिः । प्रहस्य रुचिरापाङ्गैर्निरीक्षन्निदमब्रवीत् ।‌। ८-९-८ ।।

    Having thus been requested by the demons, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who had assumed the form of a beautiful woman, began to smile. Looking at them with attractive feminine gestures, She spoke as follows. ।‌। 8-9-8 ।।

  4. 9

    श्रीभगवानुवाच कथं कश्यपदायादाः पुंश्चल्यां मयि सङ्गताः । विश्वासं पण्डितो जातु कामिनीषु न याति हि ।‌। ८-९-९ ।।

    The Supreme Personality of Godhead, in the form of Mohinī, told the demons: O sons of Kaśyapa Muni, I am only a prostitute. How is it that you have so much faith in Me? A learned person never puts his faith in a woman. ।‌। 8-9-9 ।।

  5. 10

    सालावृकाणां स्त्रीणां च स्वैरिणीनां सुरद्विषः । सख्यान्याहुरनित्यानि नूत्नं नूत्नं विचिन्वताम् ।‌। ८-९-१० ।।

    O demons, as monkeys, jackals and dogs are unsteady in their sexual relationships and want newer and newer friends every day, women who live independently seek new friends daily. Friendship with such a woman is never permanent. This is the opinion of learned scholars. ।‌। 8-9-10 ।।