- ity upāmantrito daityair
- māyā-yoṣid-vapur hariḥ
- prahasya rucirāpāṅgair
- nirīkṣann idam abravīt
iti—thus; upāmantritaḥ—being fervently requested; daityaiḥ—by the demons; māyā-yoṣit—the illusory woman; vapuḥ hariḥ—the incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; prahasya—smiling; rucira—beautiful; apāṅgaiḥ—by exhibiting attractive feminine features; nirīkṣan—looking at them; idam—these words; abravīt—said.
Having thus been requested by the demons, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who had assumed the form of a beautiful woman, began to smile. Looking at them with attractive feminine gestures, She spoke as follows.