kumārair manunā saha
dṛṣṭvā tat saukaraṁ rūpaṁ
tarkayām āsa citradhā
marīci—the great sage Marīci; pramukhaiḥ—headed by; vipraiḥ—all brāhmaṇas; kumāraiḥ—with the four Kumāras; manunā—and with Manu; saha—with; dṛṣṭvā—seeing; tat—that; saukaram—appearance like a boar; rūpam—form; tarkayām āsa—argued among themselves; citradhā—in various ways.
Struck with wonder at observing the wonderful boarlike form in the sky, Brahmā, with great brāhmaṇas like Marīci, as well as the Kumāras and Manu, began to argue in various ways.
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