baddham viksya patim sadhvi
babhase ’van-mukhi nrpa
baddham—arrested; viksya—seeing; patim—her husband; sadhvi—the chaste woman; tat-patni—Bali Maharaja’s wife; bhaya-vihvala—being very disturbed by fear; pranjalih—with folded hands; pranata—having offered obeisances; upendram—unto Vamanadeva; babhase—addressed; avak-mukhi—with face downward; nrpa—O Maharaja Pariksit.
But Bali Maharaja’s chaste wife, afraid and aggrieved at seeing her husband arrested, immediately offered obeisances to Lord Vamanadeva [Upendra]. She folded her hands and spoke as follows.
Although Lord Brahma was speaking, he had to stop for a while because Bali Maharaja’s wife, Vindhyavali, who was very agitated and afraid, wanted to say something.
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