|Canto 11: General History||Chapter 6: The Yadu Dynasty Retires to Prabhāsa|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.6.33
atha tasyāḿ mahotpātān
vilokya bhagavān āha
atha — thereafter; tasyām — in that city; mahā-utpātān — serious disturbances; dvāravatyām — in Dvārakā; samutthitān — developed; vilokya — observing; bhagavān — the Supreme Personality of Godhead; āha — said; yadu-vṛddhān — to the elder Yadus; samāgatān — assembled.
Thereafter, the Personality of Godhead observed that tremendous disturbances were taking place in the holy city of Dvārakā. Thus the Lord spoke to the assembled senior members of the Yadu dynasty as follows.
Muni-vāsa-nivase kiḿ ghaṭetāriṣṭa-darśanam: there is no possibility of actual disturbances or inauspicious events in holy places inhabited by saintly persons. Thus the so-called disturbances in Dvārakā were directly enacted by the Personality of Godhead for His own auspicious purpose.
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