- taṁ duratyaya-vikrāntam
- ādāya pramadottamā
- harer aṁśāṁśa-sambhūtaṁ
- bhartur antikam āgamat
tam—him; duratyaya-vikrāntam—whose strength was insurmountable; ādāya—taking with her; pramadā-uttamā—the best of women, Śakuntalā; hareḥ—of God; aṁśa-aṁśa-sambhūtam—a partial plenary incarnation; bhartuḥ antikam—unto her husband; āgamat—approached.
Śakuntalā, the best of beautiful women, along with her son, whose strength was insurmountable and who was a partial expansion of the Supreme Godhead, approached her husband, Duṣmanta.