कृष्णमुच्चैर्जगुर्यान्त्य: कालिन्द्यां स्नातुमन्वहम् ॥ ६ ॥
kṛṣṇam uccair jagur yāntyaḥ
kālindyāṁ snātum anvaham
ūṣasi — at dawn; utthāya — rising; gotraiḥ — by their names; svaiḥ — proper; anyonya — one with another; ābaddha — holding; bāhavaḥ — their hands; kṛṣṇam — in glorification of Kṛṣṇa; uccaiḥ — loudly; jaguḥ — they sang; yāntyaḥ — while going; kālindyām — to the Yamunā; snātum — in order to bathe; anu-aham — each day.
Each day they rose at dawn. Calling out to one another by name, they all held hands and loudly sang the glories of Kṛṣṇa while going to the Kālindī to take their bath.