sa tatra hasinam udiksya sat-patim
harim sunandady-anugair upasitam
upetya bhumau sirasa maha-mana
nanama murdhna pulakasru-viklavah
sah—Prahlada Maharaja; tatra—there; ha asinam—seated; udiksya—after seeing; sat-patim—the Supreme Personality of Godhead, master of the liberated souls; harim—Lord Hari; sunanda-adi-anugaih—by His followers, like Sunanda; upasitam—being worshiped; upetya—reaching nearby; bhumau—on the ground; sirasa—with his head (bowed down); maha-manah—the great devotee; nanama—offered obeisances; murdhna—with his head; pulaka-asru-viklavah—agitated by tears of jubilation.
When the great personality Prahlada Maharaja saw that the Supreme Lord was sitting there, surrounded and worshiped by His intimate associates like Sunanda, he was overwhelmed with tears of jubilation. Approaching the Lord and falling to the ground, he offered obeisances to the Lord with his head.
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