- tatrāsīnaṁ muniṁ vīkṣya
- kapilākhyam adhokṣajam
- astaut samāhita-manāḥ
- prāñjaliḥ praṇato mahān
tatra—there; āsīnam—seated; munim—the great sage; vīkṣya—seeing; kapila-ākhyam—known as Kapila Muni; adhokṣajam—the incarnation of Viṣṇu; astaut—offered prayers; samāhita-manāḥ—with great attention; prāñjaliḥ—with folded hands; praṇataḥ—falling down, offered obeisances; mahān—Aṁśumān, the great personality.
The great Aṁśumān saw the sage named Kapila, the saint who is an incarnation of Viṣṇu, sitting there by the horse. Aṁśumān offered Him respectful obeisances, folded his hands and offered Him prayers with great attention.