tasya anudinam garbhah
tejasa sanakair nrpa
tasyah—her; anudinam—day after day; garbhah—embryo; sukla-pakse—during the fortnight of the waxing moon; iva—like; udupah—the moon; vavrdhe—gradually developed; surasena-isa—of the King of Surasena; tejasa—by the semen; sanakaih—little by little; nrpa—O King Pariksit.
After receiving semen from Maharaja Citraketu, the King of Surasena, Queen Krtadyuti gradually developed in her pregnancy, O King Pariksit, just as the moon develops during the bright fortnight.
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