Two Aspect of Krishna's Pastimes

2015-05-08
Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10.61.13-18 - Two Aspect of Krishna's Pastimes (download mp3)
by Radha Dyuti Prabhu at ISKCON Chowpatty
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SB 10.61.13
viras candro ’svasenas ca
 citragur vegavan vrsah
amah sankur vasuh sriman
 kuntir nagnajiteh sutah


Translation:
The sons of Nagnajiti were Vira, Candra, Asvasena, Citragu, Vegavan, Vrsa, Ama, Sanku, Vasu and the opulent Kunti.


SB 10.61.14
srutah kavir vrso virah
 subahur bhadra ekalah
santir darsah purnamasah
 kalindyah somako ’varah

Translation:
Sruta, Kavi, Vrsa, Vira, Subahu, Bhadra, Santi, Darsa and Purnamasa were sons of Kalindi. Her youngest son was Somaka.


SB 10.61.15
praghoso gatravan simho
 balah prabala urdhagah
madryah putra mahasaktih
 saha ojo ’parajitah

Translation:
Madra’s sons were Praghosa, Gatravan, Simha, Bala, Prabala, Urdhaga, Mahasakti, Saha, Oja and Aparajita.

Purport:
Madra is also known as Laksmana.

SB 10.61.16
vrko harso ’nilo grdhro
 vardhanonnada eva ca
mahamsah pavano vahnir
 mitravindatmajah ksudhih

Translation:
Mitravinda’s sons were Vrka, Harsa, Anila, Grdhra, Vardhana, Unnada, Mahamsa, Pavana, Vahni and Ksudhi.

SB 10.61.17
sangramajid brhatsenah
 surah praharano ’rijit
jayah subhadro bhadraya
 vama ayus ca satyakah

Translation:
Sangramajit, Brhatsena, Sura, Praharana, Arijit, Jaya and Subhadra were the sons of Bhadra, together with Vama, Ayur and Satyaka.

SB 10.61.18
diptimams tamrataptadya
 rohinyas tanaya hareh
pradyamnac caniruddho ’bhud
 rukmavatyam maha-balah
putryam tu rukmino rajan
 namna bhojakate pure

Translation:
Diptiman, Tamratapta and others were the sons of Lord Krsna and Rohini. Lord Krsna’s son Pradyumna fathered the greatly powerful Aniruddha in the womb of Rukmavati, the daughter of Rukmi. O King, this took place while they were living in the city of Bhojakata.

Purport:
Lord Krsna’s eight principal queens are Rukmini, Satyabhama, Jambavati, Nagnajiti, Kalindi, Laksmana, Mitravinda and Bhadra. Having mentioned all their sons, Sukadeva Gosvami now refers to the sons of the other 16,100 queens by mentioning the two principal sons of Queen Rohini, the foremost of the remaining queens.

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