(6) When Acyuta by oxen
and men was engaged in taking the wealth,
arrived there leading
Rukminî has said: 'O Most Beautiful One of all the Worlds,
hearing that for all those who hear about Your qualities You, entering
through the openings of their ears, remove the distress in their bodies
and that they who have eyes to see the beauty of You, obtain the
complete fulfillment of all desires, I have without shame installed You
in my mind!
Chapter 53: Krishna Kidnaps
(28) Just then
purest of the twiceborn ones to the command of Krishna
came to see the divine
daughter of the king staying in the inner chambers of the palace.
(56) Lifting her unto His
chariot marked with [the flag of] Garuda He drove back the circle of
kings and left the place
with Balarâma in front, as slowly
as a lion would remove his prey from the midst of jackals.
Chapter 54: Rukmî's Defeat
and Krishna Marries
defeating the earthly rulers, brought the
daughter of Bhîshmaka
to His capital and married her according
to the vidhi, o protector of the Kurus.
Chapter 55: The History of
(4) Pradyumna was swallowed by a mighty fish
that together with others being trapped in a huge net was caught by
fishermen. (5) The fishermen
presented the amazing fish to
S'ambara who sent the gift to the cooks who in the kitchen cut it open
with a knife. (6) Seeing a child
in its belly it was given to
Mâyâvatî to whom being astonished Nârada related the facts about the child its birth and how it had
ended up in
the belly of the fish.
(25) Being showered by the gods from above who in
praise scattered flowers, He was by His wife traveling through the sky
brought to the city [of
Dvârakâ]. (26) The
palace most exquisite o King, crowded with hundreds of women he
together with His wife entered from the sky like a cloud with lightning.
Chapter 56: How the Syamantaka
Krishna Jambavatî and Satyabhâma
(32) Thus addressed
he presented happily as a respectful
offering his maiden daughter named Jâmbvatî to Krishna along with the jewel.
Chapter 57: Satrâjit
Murdered, the Jewel Stolen
and Returned Again
(8) Putting the corpse in a large vessel of oil
she went to Hastinâpura to Krishna
who [already] knew about the
situation, and related sorrowfully the murder of her father.
(41) After showing Syamantaka to
His relatives, [and thus] doing away with the emotions
[of the accusations held] against Him, the Master offered it back to him
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