iti sañcintya bhagavān
uvāca kiñcit kupita
ātmānaṁ ca vigarhayan
iti—thus; sañcintya—thinking; bhagavān—the powerful; mārīcaḥ—Kaśyapa Muni; kuru-nandana—O descendant of Kuru; uvāca—spoke; kiñcit—somewhat; kupitaḥ—angry; ātmānam—himself; ca—and; vigarhayan—condemning.
Śrī Śukadeva Gosvāmī said: Kaśyapa Muni, thinking in this way, became somewhat angry. Condemning himself, O Mahārāja Parīkṣit, descendant of Kuru, he spoke to Diti as follows.
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