- nīyamānāṁ bhayodvignāṁ
- rudatīṁ kurarīm iva
- yadṛcchayāgatas tatra
- devarṣir dadṛśe pathi
nīyamānām—being taken away; bhaya-udvignām—disturbed and full of fear; rudatīm—crying; kurarīm iva—like a kurarī (osprey); yadṛcchayā—by chance; āgataḥ—arrived; tatra—on the spot; deva-ṛṣiḥ—the great saint Nārada; dadṛśe—he saw; pathi—on the road.
As she was being led away, crying in fear like a kurarī captured by a vulture, the great sage Nārada, who at that time had no engagement, appeared on the scene and saw her in that condition.