- sa tatra hāsīnam udīkṣya sat-patiṁ
- hariṁ sunandādy-anugair upāsitam
- upetya bhūmau śirasā mahā-manā
- nanāma mūrdhnā pulakāśru-viklavaḥ
saḥ—Prahlāda Mahārāja; tatra—there; ha āsīnam—seated; udīkṣya—after seeing; sat-patim—the Supreme Personality of Godhead, master of the liberated souls; harim—Lord Hari; sunanda-ādi-anugaiḥ—by His followers, like Sunanda; upāsitam—being worshiped; upetya—reaching nearby; bhūmau—on the ground; śirasā—with his head (bowed down); mahā-manāḥ—the great devotee; nanāma—offered obeisances; mūrdhnā—with his head; pulaka-aśru-viklavaḥ—agitated by tears of jubilation.
When the great personality Prahlāda Mahārāja saw that the Supreme Lord was sitting there, surrounded and worshiped by His intimate associates like Sunanda, he was overwhelmed with tears of jubilation. Approaching the Lord and falling to the ground, he offered obeisances to the Lord with his head.