māsyasya caraṇāv udak
ano ’patad viparyastaṁ
hinvataḥ — moving; adhaḥ — beneath; śayānasya — of Him who was lying; māsyasya — the child only a few months old; caraṇau — His two feet; udak — upwards; anaḥ — the cart; apatat — fell; viparyastam — turned upside-down; rudataḥ — of Him who was crying; prapada — by the tip of the foot; āhatam — struck.
Once, when only three months old, little Kṛṣṇa was crying and kicking up His feet as He lay beneath a huge cart. Then the cart fell and turned upside-down simply because it was struck by the tip of His toe.