- ditis tu bhartur ādeśād
- pūrṇe varṣa-śate sādhvī
- putrau prasuṣuve yamau
ditiḥ—Diti; tu—but; bhartuḥ—of her husband; ādeśāt—by the order; apatya—from her children; pariśaṅkinī—being apprehensive of trouble; pūrṇe—full; varṣa-śate—after one hundred years; sādhvī—the virtuous lady; putrau—two sons; prasuṣuve—begot; yamau—twins.
The virtuous lady Diti had been very apprehensive of trouble to the gods from the children in her womb, and her husband predicted the same. She brought forth twin sons after a full one hundred years of pregnancy.