SB 10.50.35-36

mukundo ’py akṣata-balo
vikīryamāṇaḥ kusumais
 trīdaśair anumoditaḥ
māthurair upasaṅgamya
 vijvarair muditātmabhiḥ
mukundaḥ — Lord Kṛṣṇa; api — and; akṣata — unbroken; balaḥ — His military force; nistīrṇa — having crossed over; ari — of His enemy; bala — of the armies; arṇavaḥ — the ocean; vikīryamāṇaḥ — having scattered upon Him; kusumaiḥ — flowers; tridaśaiḥ — by the demigods; anumoditaḥ — congratulated; māthuraiḥ — by the people of Mathurā; upasaṅgamya — being met; vijvaraiḥ — who were relieved of their fever; mudita-ātmabhiḥ — who felt great joy; upagīyamāna — being sung about; vijayaḥ — His victory; sūta — by Purāṇic bards; māgadha — panegyrists; vandibhiḥ — and heralds.
Lord Mukunda had crossed the ocean of His enemy’s armies with His own military force completely intact. He received congratulations from the denizens of heaven, who showered Him with flowers. The people of Mathurā, relieved of their feverish anxiety and filled with joy, came out to meet Him as professional bards, heralds and panegyrists sang in praise of His victory.