Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
- varaṁ vilokyābhimataṁ samāgataṁ
- narendra-kanyā cakame ramā-patim
- bhūyād ayaṁ me patir āśiṣo 'nalaḥ
- karotu satyā yadi me dhṛto vrataḥ
varam—suitor; vilokya—seeing; abhimatam—agreeable; samāgatam—arrived; narendra—of the King; kanyā—the daughter; cakame—desired; ramā—of the goddess of fortune; patim—the husband; bhūyāt—may become; ayam—He; me—my; patiḥ—husband; āśiṣaḥ—hopes; analaḥ—the fire; karotu—may it make; satyāḥ—true; yadi—if; me—by me; dhṛtaḥ—sustained; vrataḥ—my vows.
Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
When the King's daughter saw that most agreeable suitor arrive, she immediately desired to have Him, the Lord of Goddess Rāma. She prayed, "May He become my husband. If I have kept my vows, may the sacred fire bring about the fulfillment of my hopes.