jivatad yajamano ’yam
bhrgoh smasruni rohantu
pusno dantas ca purvavat
jivatat—let him be alive; yajamanah—the performer of the sacrifice (Daksa); ayam—this; prapadyeta—let him get back; aksini—by the eyes; bhagah—Bhagadeva; bhrgoh—of the sage Bhrgu; smasruni—mustache; rohantu—may grow again; pusnah—of Pusadeva; dantah—the chain of teeth; ca—and; purva-vat—like before.
My dear lord, by your mercy the performer of the sacrifice (King Daksa) may get back his life, Bhaga may get back his eyes, Bhrgu his mustache, and Pusa his teeth.
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