pritya sanair gadgadaya gira harim
tustava sa devy aditih kurudvaha
udviksati sa pibativa caksusa
rama-patim yajna-patim jagat-patim
pritya—because of love; sanaih—again and again; gadgadaya—faltering; gira—with a voice; harim—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead; tustava—pleased; sa—she; devi—the demigoddess; aditih—Aditi; kuru-udvaha—O Maharaja Pariksit; udviksati—while staring; sa—she; pibati iva—appeared as if she were drinking; caksusa—through the eyes; rama-patim—unto the Lord, the husband of the goddess of fortune; yajna-patim—unto the Lord, the enjoyer of all sacrificial ceremonies; jagat-patim—the master and Lord of the entire universe.
O Maharaja Pariksit, the demigoddess Aditi then began offering her prayers to the Supreme Personality of Godhead in a faltering voice and with great love. She appeared as though drinking through her eyes the Supreme Lord, who is the husband of the goddess of fortune, the enjoyer of all sacrificial ceremonies, and the master and Lord of the entire universe.
After observing the payo-vrata, Aditi was certain that the Lord had appeared before her as Rama-pati, the husband of all good fortune, just to offer her sons all opulences. She had performed the yajna of payo-vrata under the direction of her husband, Kasyapa, and therefore she thought of the Lord as Yajna-pati. She was completely satisfied to see the master and Lord of the entire universe come before her to fulfill her desire.
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