- tasya sodyamam āvīkṣya
- astāvīt tad dharer astraṁ
- kṛpayā pīḍito bhṛśam
tasya—of Durvāsā; saḥ—he, Mahārāja Ambarīṣa; udyamam—the endeavor; āvīkṣya—after seeing; pāda-sparśa-vilajjitaḥ—being ashamed because Durvāsā was touching his lotus feet; astāvīt—offered prayers; tat—to that; hareḥ astram—weapon of the Supreme Personality of Godhead; kṛpayā—with mercy; pīḍitaḥ—aggrieved; bhṛśam—very much.
When Durvāsā touched his lotus feet, Mahārāja Ambarīṣa was very much ashamed, and when he saw Durvāsā attempting to offer prayers, because of mercy he was aggrieved even more. Thus he immediately began offering prayers to the great weapon of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.