7: Krishna Kicks the Cart, Defeats
and Shows Yas'odâ the Universe
(8) All the ladies and men of
Vraja with Yas'odâ and Nanda first who had assembled for the
witnessing that wondrous event marveled on how
the cart by itself indeed could have been damaged so badly.
(28) With Him grasping
him by the throat the eyes of the demon popped out while he
choked and lifeless together with the child fell to the ground.
Chapter 8: The Name Ceremony,
His Pranks and
Universe Within His Mouth
(11) S'rî S'uka said:
'Upon this urgent request the man of learning performed for the two
in secret seclusion the name-giving ceremony for which he had come.
(30) Hung out of reach He
devises a way piling up things or turning over a mortar and knows
His way to the contents making a hole in the hanging pot. He knows His
way around in a dark room with enough light to see from the shining
jewels on His body and awaits the time the gopîs are busy with
their household affairs!
(40) 'Is this all a dream, a
divine phantasmagoria or maybe a delusion of my own intelligence or
would otherwise that what I so see be some yogic feat natural to my
9: Mother Yas'odâ
Binds Lord Krishna
(8) Though the chasing
mother, in her great speed with flowers fallen from her hair,
heavy-breasted to her thin waist had to slow down, she finally managed to capture Him.
(13-14) There is no inside
nor an outside to Him, nor a beginning or an end. He, as the end
as the beginning, the internal as well as the external of the entire
creation, is the One Totality of that creation. Taking Him, the
Unmanifest in the form of a mortal being, for her own son she bound Him
mortar like one does with a normal child.
Chapter 10: The Deliverance of the Sons of Kuvera
(6) Seeing him their
adherents were ashamed and covered afraid of being
cursed quickly with
their garments the
nakedness of their bodies, but the two
trustees [Shiva-guhyakas] who were also naked didn't.
(28) Right there then
out of the two trees resplendently beautiful, illuminating all
appeared two persons like
fire personified who offered Krishna with
folded hands, head down, their obeisances while they before the Lord of
the Whole World completely purified uttered the following:
Chapter 11: A New Residence, the
Vatsâsura and Bakâsura Defeated
(11) What He had to offer had
fallen from the palms of His hands, but the fruit lady filled them
[nevertheless] with fruits.
In exchange the entire basket of fruits was
filled with gold and jewels.