- tat-tejasā hata-rucaḥ
- sanna-jihvāḥ sa-sādhvasāḥ
- mūrdhnā dhṛtāñjali-puṭā
- upatasthur adhokṣajam
tat-tejasā—by the glaring effulgence of His body; hata-rucaḥ—having faded lusters; sanna-jihvāḥ—having silent tongues; sa-sādhvasāḥ—having fear of Him; mūrdhnā—with the head; dhṛta-añjali-puṭāḥ—with hands touched to the head; upatasthuḥ—prayed; adhokṣajam—to Adhokṣaja, the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
In the presence of the glaring effulgence of the bodily luster of Nārāyaṇa, everyone else's luster faded away, and everyone stopped speaking. Fearful with awe and veneration, all present touched their hands to their heads and prepared to offer their prayers to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Adhokṣaja.