rasmin hayanam jagraha
raukmai ratha-satair vrtah
ugrasena-sutah—the son of Ugrasena; kamsah—by the name Kamsa; svasuh—of his own sister Devaki; priya-cikirsaya—to please her on the occasion of her marriage; rasmin—the reins; hayanam—of the horses; jagraha—took; raukmaih—made of gold; ratha-sataih—by hundreds of chariots; vrtah—surrounded.
Kamsa, the son of King Ugrasena, in order to please his sister Devaki on the occasion of her marriage, took charge of the reins of the horses and became the chariot driver. He was surrounded by hundreds of golden chariots.
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