वृषाकपिर्जयन्तश्च उरुगाय इतीर्यते ॥ २६ ॥
vṛṣākapir jayantaś ca
viṣṇuḥ — the all-pervading Supreme Lord; yajñaḥ — the supreme personality of sacrifice; pṛśni-garbhaḥ — the son of Pṛśni and Prajāpati Sutapā; sarva-devaḥ — the Lord of all lords; uru-kramaḥ — the performer of wonderful deeds; vṛṣākapiḥ — the Lord, who dispels all suffering and rewards all desires simply by being remembered; jayantaḥ — the all-victorious; ca — and; uru-gāyaḥ — the most glorified; iti — by these names; īryate — He is called.
In Tretā-yuga the Lord is glorified by the names Viṣṇu, Yajña, Pṛśnigarbha, Sarvadeva, Urukrama, Vṛṣākapi, Jayanta and Urugāya.
Pṛśnigarbha refers to Kṛṣṇa’s incarnation as the son of Pṛśnidevī and Prajāpati Sutapā. Vṛṣākapi indicates that if the living entities simply remember the Lord, He is inclined to shower all benedictions upon them, thus satisfying their desires and removing their miseries. Since the Lord is always victorious, He is called Jayanta.