- ditir dākṣāyaṇī kṣattar
- mārīcaṁ kaśyapaṁ patim
- apatya-kāmā cakame
- sandhyāyāṁ hṛc-chayārditā
ditiḥ—Diti; dākṣāyaṇī—the daughter of Dakṣa; kṣattaḥ—O Vidura; mārīcam—the son of Marīci; kaśyapam—Kaśyapa; patim—her husband; apatya-kāmā—desirous of having a child; cakame—longed for; sandhyāyām—in the evening; hṛt-śaya—by sex desires; arditā—distressed.
Diti, daughter of Dakṣa, being afflicted with sex desire, begged her husband, Kaśyapa, the son of Marīci, to have intercourse with her in the evening in order to beget a child.