यशो वितन्वन् व्रज आस्त ईश्वरो
गायन्ति देवा यदशेषमङ्गलम् ॥ १३ ॥
yaśo vitanvan vraja āsta īśvaro
gāyanti devā yad aśeṣa-maṅgalam
saḥ — He; ca — and; avatīrṇaḥ — having descended; kila — indeed; sātvata — of the Sātvatas; anvaye — in the dynasty; sva — His own; setu — codes of religion; pāla — who maintain; amara-varya — of the chief demigods; śarma — delight; kṛt — creating; yaśaḥ — His fame; vitanvan — spreading; vraje — in Vraja; āste — is present; īśvaraḥ — the Supreme Lord; gāyanti — sing; devāḥ — the demigods; yat — of which (fame); aśeṣa-maṅgalam — all-auspicious.
That same Supreme Lord has descended into the dynasty of the Sātvatas to delight the exalted demigods, who maintain the principles of religion He has created. Residing in Vṛndāvana, He spreads His fame, which the demigods glorify in song and which brings auspiciousness to all.