- atha tām āśramābhyāśe
- carantīṁ pramadottamām
- strībhiḥ parivṛtāṁ vīkṣya
- cakame bhagavān budhaḥ
atha—in this way; tām—her; āśrama-abhyāśe—in the neighborhood of his āśrama; carantīm—loitering; pramadā-uttamām—the best of beautiful women who excite sex; strībhiḥ—by other women; parivṛtām—surrounded; vīkṣya—seeing her; cakame—desired sex; bhagavān—the most powerful; budhaḥ—Budha, the son of the moon and predominating deity of the planet known as Budha, or Mercury.
Sudyumna had been transformed into the best of beautiful women who excite sexual desire and was surrounded by other women. Upon seeing this beautiful woman loitering near his āśrama, Budha, the son of the moon, immediately desired to enjoy her.