|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 82: Kṛṣṇa and Balarāma Meet the Inhabitants of Vṛndāvana|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.82.12-13
tatrāgatāḿs te dadṛśuḥ
parāḿś ca śataśo nṛpa
nandādīn suhṛdo gopān
gopīś cotkaṇṭhitāś ciram
tatra — there; āgatān — arrived; te — they (the Yādavas); dadṛśuḥ — saw; suhṛt — friends; sambandhinaḥ — and relatives; nṛpān — kings; matsya-uśīnara-kauśalya-vidarbha-kuru-sṛñjayān — the Matsyas, Uśīnaras, Kauśalyas, Vidarbhas, Kurus and Sṛñjayas; kāmboja-kaikayān — the Kāmbojas and Kaikayas; madrān — the Madras; kuntīn — the Kuntīs; ānarta-keralān — the Ānartas and Keralas; anyān — others; ca eva — also; ātma-pakṣīyān — of their own party; parān — adversaries; ca — and; śataśaḥ — by the hundreds; nṛpa — O King (Parīkṣit); nanda-ādīn — headed by Nanda Mahārāja; suhṛdaḥ — their dear friends; gopān — the cowherd men; gopīḥ — the cowherd women; ca — and; utkaṇṭhitāḥ — in anxiety; ciram — for a long time.
The Yādavas saw that many of the kings who had arrived were old friends and relatives — the Matsyas, Uśīnaras, Kauśalyas, Vidarbhas, Kurus, Sṛñjayas, Kāmbojas, Kaikayas, Madras, Kuntīs and the kings of Ānarta and Kerala. They also saw many hundreds of other kings, both allies and adversaries. In addition, my dear King Parīkṣit, they saw their dear friends Nanda Mahārāja and the cowherd men and women, who had been suffering in anxiety for so long.
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