हिरण्यकशिपोर्जाता नीतास्ते योगमायया ॥ ४८ ॥
देवक्या उदरे जाता राजन् कंसविहिंसिता: ।
सा तान् शोचत्यात्मजान् स्वांस्त इमेऽध्यासतेऽन्तिके ॥ ४९ ॥
nītās te yoga-māyayā
sā tān śocaty ātmajān svāṁs
ta ime ’dhyāsate ’ntike
tena — by that; āsurīm — demoniac; agan — they entered; yonim — a womb; adhunā — immediately; avadya — improper; karmaṇā — by the act; hiraṇyakaśipoḥ — to Hiraṇyakaśipu; jātāḥ — born; nītāḥ — brought; te — they; yoga-māyayā — by the Lord’s divine power of illusion; devakyāḥ — of Devakī; udare — from the womb; jātāḥ — born; rājan — O King (Bali); kaṁsa — by Kaṁsa; vihiṁsitāḥ — murdered; sā — she; tān — for them; śocati — laments; ātma-jān — sons; svān — her own; te — they; ime — these same; adhyāsate — are living; antike — nearby.
Because of that improper act, they immediately entered a demoniac form of life, and thus they took birth as sons of Hiraṇyakaśipu. The goddess Yoga-māyā then took them away from Hiraṇyakaśipu, and they were born again from Devakī’s womb. After this, O King, Kaṁsa murdered them. Devakī still laments for them, thinking of them as her sons. These same sons of Marīci are now living here with you.
Ācāryas Śrīdhara Svāmī and Viśvanātha Cakravartī explain that after taking Marīci’s six sons from Hiraṇyakaśipu, Lord Kṛṣṇa’s Yoga-māyā first made them pass through one more life as children of another great demon, Kālanemi, and then she finally transferred them to the womb of Devakī.