tato dadarśopavane vara-striyaṁ
vikrīḍatīṁ kanduka-līlayā lasad-
tataḥ—thereafter; dadarśa—Lord Śiva saw; upavane—in a nice forest; vara-striyam—a very beautiful woman; vicitra—of many varieties; puṣpa—flowers; aruṇa—pink; pallava—leaves; drume—in the midst of the trees; vikrīḍatīm—engaged in playing; kanduka—with a ball; līlayā—by pastimes of playing; lasat—shining; dukūla—by a sari; paryasta—covered; nitamba—on her hips; mekhalām—dressed with a belt.
Thereafter, in a nice forest nearby, full of trees with reddish-pink leaves and varieties of flowers, Lord Śiva saw a beautiful woman playing with a ball. Her hips were covered with a shining sari and ornamented with a belt.
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