- tasyaikadā tu bhavanam
- aṅgirā bhagavān ṛṣiḥ
- lokān anucarann etān
- upāgacchad yadṛcchayā
tasya—of him; ekadā—once upon a time; tu—but; bhavanam—to the palace; aṅgirāḥ—Aṅgirā; bhagavān—very powerful; ṛṣiḥ—sage; lokān—planets; anucaran—traveling around; etān—these; upāgacchat—came; yadṛcchayā—suddenly.
Once upon a time, when the powerful sage named Aṅgirā was traveling all over the universe without engagement, by his sweet will he came to the palace of King Citraketu.