aho batasya balasya
bahavo mrtyavo ’bhavan
apy asid vipriyam tesam
krtam purvam yato bhayam
aho bata—it is very astonishing; asya—of this; balasya—Krsna; bahavah—many, many; mrtyavah—causes of death; abhavan—appeared; api—still; asit—there was; vipriyam—the cause of death; tesam—of them; krtam—done; purvam—formerly; yatah—from which; bhayam—there was fear of death.
The cowherd men, headed by Nanda Maharaja, began to contemplate: It is very astonishing that although this boy Krsna has many times faced many varied causes of death, by the grace of the Supreme Personality of Godhead it was these causes of fear that were killed, instead of Him.
The cowherd men innocently thought, “Because our Krsna is innocent, the causes of death that appeared before Him were themselves killed instead of Krsna. This is the greatest grace of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.”
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