kamsena prahita ghora
sisums cacara nighnanti
kamsena—by King Kamsa; prahita—engaged previously; ghora—very fierce; putana—by the name Putana; bala-ghatini—a Raksasi who killed; sisun—small babies; cacara—wandered; nighnanti—killing; pura-grama-vraja-adisu—in towns, cities and villages here and there.
While Nanda Maharaja was returning to Gokula, the same fierce Putana whom Kamsa had previously engaged to kill babies was wandering about in the towns, cities and villages, doing her nefarious duty.
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