- sukanyā nāma tasyāsīt
- kanyā kamala-locanā
- tayā sārdhaṁ vana-gato
- hy agamac cyavanāśramam
sukanyā—Sukanyā; nāma—by name; tasya—of him (Śaryāti); āsīt—there was; kanyā—a daughter; kamala-locanā—lotus-eyed; tayā sārdham—with her; vana-gataḥ—having entered the forest; hi—indeed; agamat—he went; cyavana-āśramam—to the āśrama cottage of Cyavana Muni.
Śaryāti had a beautiful lotus-eyed daughter named Sukanyā, with whom he went to the forest to see the āśrama of Cyavana Muni.