tam apatantam sa nigrhya tundayor
dorbhyam bakam kamsa-sakham satam patih
pasyatsu balesu dadara lilaya
mudavaho viranavad divaukasam
tam—unto Bakasura; apatantam—again endeavoring to attack Him; sah—Lord Krsna; nigrhya—capturing; tundayoh—by the beak; dorbhyam—with His arms; bakam—Bakasura; kamsa-sakham—who was the friend and associate of Kamsa; satam patih—Lord Krsna, the master of the Vaisnavas; pasyatsu—while observing; balesu—all the cowherd boys; dadara—bifurcated; lilaya—very easily; muda-avahah—this action was very much pleasing; virana-vat—like the grass called virana (as it is bifurcated); divaukasam—to all the denizens of heaven.
When Krsna, the leader of the Vaisnavas, saw that the demon Bakasura, the friend of Kamsa, was endeavoring to attack Him, with His arms He captured the demon by the two halves of the beak, and in the presence of all the cowherd boys Krsna very easily bifurcated Him, as a child splits a blade of virana grass. By thus killing the demon, Krsna very much pleased the denizens of heaven.
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