nihatya ranga-sthale kala-nidhina
samaye tena vidheyam
natata—dancing on the stage; kirata-rajam—the ruler of the kirata (uncivilized men), Kamsa; nihatya—killing; ranga-sthale—on the stage; kala-nidhina—the master of all arts; samaye—at the time; tena—by Him; vidheyam—to be done; guna-vati—at the qualified moment; tara-kara—of the hand of Tara (Radha); grahanam—the acceptance.
" 'While dancing on the stage after having killed the ruler of uncivilized men [Kamsa], Lord Krsna, master of all arts, will at the proper time accept the hand of Srimati Radharani, who is qualified with all transcendental attributes.' (Lalita-madhava 1.11)
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