असुरा जगृहुस्तां वै हरेरनुमतेन ते ॥ ३० ॥
asurā jagṛhus tāṁ vai
harer anumatena te
atha — thereafter (after the appearance of the goddess of fortune); āsīt — there was; vāruṇī — Vāruṇī; devī — the demigoddess who controls drunkards; kanyā — a young girl; kamala-locanā — lotus-eyed; asurāḥ — the demons; jagṛhuḥ — accepted; tām — her; vai — indeed; hareḥ — of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; anumatena — by the order; te — they (the demons).
Next appeared Vāruṇī, the lotus-eyed goddess who controls drunkards. With the permission of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Kṛṣṇa, the demons, headed by Bali Mahārāja, took possession of this young girl.