प्राद्युम्निं रथमारोप्य सवध्वो समुपानयत् ॥ ५० ॥
prādyumniṁ ratham āropya
iti — thus; labdhvā — attaining; abhayam — freedom from fear; kṛṣṇam — to Lord Kṛṣṇa; praṇamya — bowing down; śirasā — with his head; asuraḥ — the demon; pradyumnim — Aniruddha, the son of Pradyumna; ratham — on His chariot; āropya — placing; sa-vadhvaḥ — with His wife; samupānayat — he brought them forward.
Thus attaining freedom from fear, Bāṇāsura offered obeisances to Lord Kṛṣṇa by touching his head to the ground. Bāṇa then seated Aniruddha and His bride on their chariot and brought them before the Lord.