atra nah samsayo bhuyan
chrotum kautuhalam prabho
yah paurusena samare
sahasraksam atosayat
atra—in this connection; nah—our; samsayah—doubt; bhuyan—great; srotum—to hear; kautuhalam—eagerness; prabho—O my lord; yah—he who; paurusena—by bravery and strength; samare—in battle; sahasra-aksam—Lord Indra, who has one thousand eyes; atosayat—pleased.
My dear lord, Sukadeva Gosvami, although Vrtrasura was a sinful demon, he showed the prowess of a most exalted ksatriya and satisfied Lord Indra in battle. How could such a demon be a great devotee of Lord Krsna? These contradictions have caused me great doubt, and they have made me eager to hear of this from you.

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