iti tac-cintaya kincin
vivikta iti hocatuh
iti—thus; tat-cintaya—with full anxiety because of Prahlada Maharaja’s position; kincit—somewhat; mlana—lost; sriyam—bodily luster; adhah-mukham—his face downward; sanda-amarkau—Sanda and Amarka; ausanasau—sons of Sukracarya; vivikte—in a secret place; iti—thus; ha—indeed; ucatuh—spoke.
Thinking in this way, the King of the Daityas, morose and bereft of bodily luster, remained silent with his face downward. Then Sanda and Amarka, the two sons of Sukracarya, spoke to him in secret.
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