atha me kuru kalyanam
kamam kamala-locana
artopasarpanam bhumann
amogham hi mahiyasi
atha—therefore; me—unto me; kuru—kindly do; kalyanam—benediction; kamam—desire; kamala-locana—O lotus-eyed one; arta—of the distressed; upasarpanam—the approaching; bhuman—O great one; amogham—without failure; hi—certainly; mahiyasi—to a great person.
O lotus-eyed one, kindly bless me by fulfilling my desire. When someone in distress approaches a great person, his pleas should never go in vain.
Diti knew well that her request might be rejected because of the untimely situation, but she pleaded that when there is an emergency or a distressful condition, there is no consideration of time or situation.

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