- kāśyapasya mahātmanaḥ
- paścād vakṣyāmahe 'dityāṁ
- yathaivāvatatāra ha
tat—His; karma—activities; guṇa—qualities; vīryāṇi—and power; kāśyapasya—of the son of Kaśyapa; mahā-ātmanaḥ—the great soul; paścāt—later; vakṣyāmahe—I shall describe; adityām—in Aditi; yathā—how; eva—certainly; avatatāra—descended; ha—indeed.
Later [in the Eighth Canto of Śrīmad-Bhāgavatam] I shall describe how Urukrama, Lord Vāmanadeva, appeared as the son of the great sage Kaśyapa and how He covered the three worlds with three steps. I shall describe the uncommon activities He performed, His qualities, His power and how He took birth from the womb of Aditi.