drstva yasoda-pramukha vraja-striya
autthanike karmani yah samagatah
katham svayam vai sakatam viparyagat
drstva—after seeing; yasoda-pramukhah—headed by mother Yasoda; vraja-striyah—all the ladies of Vraja; autthanike karmani—in the celebration of the utthana ceremony; yah—those who; samagatah—assembled there; nanda-adayah ca—and the men, headed by Nanda Maharaja; adbhuta-darsana—by seeing the wonderful calamity (that the heavily loaded cart had broken upon the small baby, who still lay there unhurt); akulah—and thus they were very much perturbed as to how it had happened; katham—how; svayam—by itself; vai—indeed; sakatam—the handcart; viparyagat—became so heavily damaged, dismantled.
When mother Yasoda and the other ladies who had assembled for the utthana festival, and all the men, headed by Nanda Maharaja, saw the wonderful situation, they began to wonder how the handcart had collapsed by itself. They began to wander here and there, trying to find the cause, but were unable to do so.
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