Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
- gaccha nanda-vrajaṁ tatra
- sutāv ānakadundubheḥ
- āsāte tāv ihānena
- rathenānaya mā ciram
gaccha—go; nanda-vrajam—to the cowherd village of Nanda; tatra—there; sutau—the two sons; ānakadundubheḥ—of Vasudeva; āsāte—are living; tau—Them; iha—here; anena—by this; rathena—chariot; ānaya—bring; mā ciram—without delay.
Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
Please go to Nanda's village, where the two sons of Ānakadundubhi are living, and without delay bring Them here on this chariot.
Śrīla Viśvanātha Cakravartī gives the following interesting note: "When King Kaṁsa said 'with this chariot,' he pointed with his index finger to a brand-new, attractive chariot. Kaṁsa thought that since Akrūra was innocent by nature, when he saw this fine, new vehicle he would naturally want to drive it and quickly bring the two boys back. But the actual reason Akrūra went on a new chariot was that it would have been clearly inappropriate for the Supreme Personality of Godhead to mount a chariot that had already been enjoyed by the wicked Kaṁsa."