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CC Madhya 20.394

Text

janma, bālya, paugaṇḍa, kaiśora prakāśa
pūtanā-vadhādi kari’ mauṣalānta vilāsa

Synonyms

janma — birth; bālya — childhood; paugaṇḍa — boyhood; kaiśora — pre-youth; prakāśa — manifestation; pūtanā-vadha-ādi — killing the demons, beginning from Pūtanā; kari’ — manifesting; mauṣala-anta — until the end of the mauṣala pastimes; vilāsa — pastimes.

Translation

“Kṛṣṇa’s pastimes — appearance, childhood, boyhood and youth — are all manifested, beginning with the killing of Pūtanā and extending to the end of the mauṣala-līlā, the annihilation of the Yadu dynasty. All of these pastimes are rotating in every universe.