- taṁ bheje 'lambuṣā devī
- varāpsarā yataḥ putrāḥ
- kanyā celavilābhavat
tam—him (Tṛṇabindu); bheje—accepted as husband; alambuṣā—the girl Alambuṣā; devī—goddess; bhajanīya—worthy of accepting; guṇa-ālayam—the reservoir of all good qualities; vara-apsarāḥ—the best of the Apsarās; yataḥ—from whom (Tṛṇabindu); putrāḥ—some sons; kanyā—a daughter; ca—and; ilavilā—named Ilavilā; abhavat—was born.
The best of the Apsarās, the highly qualified girl named Alambuṣā, accepted the similarly qualified Tṛṇabindu as her husband. She gave birth to a few sons and a daughter known as Ilavilā.