sotthāya baddhāñjalir īḍituṁ sthitā
babhūva tūṣṇīṁ pulakākulākṛtis
sā—she; utthāya—standing up; baddha-añjaliḥ—with folded hands; īḍitum—to worship the Lord; sthitā—situated; na utsehe—could not endeavor; ānanda—from transcendental bliss; jala—with water; ākula-īkṣaṇā—her eyes were filled; babhūva—remained; tūṣṇīm—silent; pulaka—with standing of the hairs of the body; ākula—overwhelmed; ākṛtiḥ—her form; tat-darśana—by seeing the Lord; ati-utsava—with great pleasure; gātra—her body; vepathuḥ—began to tremble.
Aditi stood silently with folded hands, unable to offer prayers to the Lord. Because of transcendental bliss, tears filled her eyes, and the hairs on her body stood on end. Because she could see the Supreme Personality of Godhead face to face, she felt ecstasy, and her body trembled.
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