Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
- tasya karmāṇy apārāṇi
- kīrtitāny asura-dviṣaḥ
- śakaṭoccāṭanaṁ śiśoḥ
- tṛṇāvartasya niṣpeṣas
- tathaiva baka-vatsayoḥ
- aghāsura-vadho dhātrā
tasya—His; karmāṇī—activities; apārāṇi—innumerable; kīrtitāni—are glorified; asura-dviṣaḥ—of the enemy of the demons; pūtanā—of the witch Pūtanā; asu—along with her life air; payaḥ—of the milk; pānam—the drinking; śakata—of the cart; uccāṭanam—the breaking; śiśoḥ—by the child; tṛṇāvartasya—of Tṛṇāvarta; niṣpeṣaḥ—the trampling; tathā—and; eva—indeed; baka-vatsayoḥ—of the demons named Baka and Vatsa; agha-asura—of the demon Agha; vadhaḥ—the killing; dhātrā—by Lord Brahmā; vatsa-pāla—of the calves and cowherd boys; avagūhanam—the hiding away.
Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
Also glorified are the innumerable pastimes of Śrī Kṛṣṇa, the enemy of the demons, including His childhood pastimes of sucking out Pūtanā's life air along with her breast-milk, breaking the cart, trampling down Tṛṇāvarta, killing Bakāsura, Vatsāsura and Aghāsura, and the pastimes He enacted when Lord Brahmā hid His calves and cowherd boyfriends in a cave.