राजसूयेऽथ निवृत्ते शिशुपाले च संस्थिते ॥ ६ ॥
कुरुवृद्धाननुज्ञाप्य मुनींश्च ससुतां पृथाम् ।
निमित्तान्यतिघोराणि पश्यन् द्वारवतीं ययौ ॥ ७ ॥
rājasūye ’tha nivṛtte
śiśupāle ca saṁsthite
munīṁś ca sa-sutāṁ pṛthām
paśyan dvāravatīṁ yayau
indraprastham — to Indraprastha, the capital of the Pāṇḍavas; gataḥ — gone; kṛṣṇaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; āhūtaḥ — called; dharma-sūnunā — by the son of Yamarāja, religion personified (King Yudhiṣṭhira); rājasūye — the Rājasūya sacrifice; atha — then; nivṛtte — when it was complete; śiśupāle — Śiśupāla; ca — and; saṁsthite — when he had been killed; kuru-vṛddhān — of the elders of the Kuru dynasty; anujñāpya — taking leave; munīn — of the sages; ca — and; sa — with; sutām — her sons (the Pāṇḍavas); pṛthām — of Queen Kuntī; nimittāni — bad omens; ati — very; ghorāṇi — terrible; paśyan — seeing; dvāravatīm — to Dvārakā; yayau — He went.
Invited by Yudhiṣṭhira, the son of Dharma, Lord Kṛṣṇa had gone to Indraprastha. Now that the Rājasūya sacrifice had been completed and Śiśupāla killed, the Lord began to see inauspicious omens. So He took leave of the Kuru elders and the great sages, and also of Pṛthā and her sons, and returned to Dvārakā.