tam indra-senah sva-pitamaham sriya
pramsum pisangambaram anjana-tvisam
pralamba-bahum subhagarsabham aiksata
tam—that Prahlada Maharaja; indra-senah—Bali Maharaja, who now possessed all the military force of Indra; sva-pitamaham—unto his grandfather; sriya—present with all beautiful features; virajamanam—standing there; nalina-ayata-iksanam—with eyes as broad as the petals of a lotus; pramsum—a very beautiful body; pisanga-ambaram—dressed in yellow garments; anjana-tvisam—with his body resembling black ointment for the eyes; pralamba-bahum—very long arms; subhaga-rsabham—the best of all auspicious persons; aiksata—he saw.
Then Bali Maharaja saw his grandfather Prahlada Maharaja, the most fortunate personality, whose dark body resembled black ointment for the eyes. His tall, elegant figure was dressed in yellow garments, he had long arms, and his beautiful eyes were like the petals of a lotus. He was very dear and pleasing to everyone.
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