tatyāja vrīḍitā tārā
spṛhām āṅgirasaś cakre
kumāre soma eva ca
tatyāja—gave delivery; vrīḍitā—being very much ashamed; tārā—Tārā, the wife of Bṛhaspati; kumāram—to a child; kanaka-prabham—having a bodily effulgence like gold; spṛhām—aspiration; āṅgirasaḥ—Bṛhaspati; cakre—made; kumāre—unto the child; somaḥ—the moon-god; eva—indeed; ca—also.
Śukadeva Gosvāmī continued: By Bṛhaspati’s order, Tārā, who was very much ashamed, immediately gave birth to the child, who was very beautiful, with a golden bodily hue. Both Bṛhaspati and the moon-god, Soma, desired the beautiful child.
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