drstvaditis tam nija-garbha-sambhavam
param pumamsam mudam apa vismita
prajapatis caha jayeti vismitah
drstva—seeing; aditih—mother Aditi; tam—Him (the Supreme Personality of Godhead); nija-garbha-sambhavam—born of her own womb; param—the Supreme; pumamsam—the Personality of Godhead; mudam—great happiness; apa—conceived; vismita—being very much astonished; grhita—accepted; deham—body, or transcendental form; nija-yoga-mayaya—by His own spiritual potency; prajapatih—Kasyapa Muni; ca—also; aha—said; jaya—all glories; iti—thus; vismitah—being astonished.
When Aditi saw the Supreme Personality of Godhead, who had appeared from her own womb, having accepted a transcendental body by His own spiritual potency, she was struck with wonder and was very happy. Upon seeing the child, Prajapati Kasyapa exclaimed, “Jaya! Jaya!” in great happiness and wonder.
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