- ugrasenaṁ ca pitaraṁ
- svayaṁ nigṛhya bubhuje
- śūrasenān mahā-balaḥ
ugrasenam—unto Ugrasena; ca—and; pitaram—who was his own father; yadu—of the Yadu dynasty; bhoja—of the Bhoja dynasty; andhaka—of the Andhaka dynasty; adhipam—the king; svayam—personally; nigṛhya—subduing; bubhuje—enjoyed; śūrasenān—all the states known as Śūrasena; mahā-balaḥ—the extremely powerful Kaṁsa.
Kaṁsa, the most powerful son of Ugrasena, even imprisoned his own father, the King of the Yadu, Bhoja and Andhaka dynasties, and personally ruled the states known as Śūrasena.
The state known as Mathurā was also included within the states known as Śūrasena.