1. 6

    अथात्रापीतिहासोऽयं श्रुतो मे वर्णितः पुरा । ब्रह्मणा देवदेवेन देवानामनुपृच्छताम् ।। ३-१४-६ ।।

    This history of the fight between the Lord as a boar and the demon Hiraṇyākṣa was heard by me in a year long ago as it was described by the foremost of the demigods, Brahmā, when he was questioned by the other demigods. ।। 3-14-6 ।।

  2. 7

    दितिर्दाक्षायणी क्षत्तर्मारीचं कश्यपं पतिम् । अपत्यकामा चकमे सन्ध्यायां हृच्छयार्दिता ।। ३-१४-७ ।।

    Diti, daughter of Dakṣa, being afflicted with sex desire, begged her husband, Kaśyapa, the son of Marīci, to have intercourse with her in the evening in order to beget a child. ।। 3-14-7 ।।

  3. 8

    इष्ट्वाग्निजिह्वं पयसा पुरुषं यजुषां पतिम् । निम्लोचत्यर्क आसीनमग्न्यगारे समाहितम् ।। ३-१४-८ ।।

    The sun was setting, and the sage was sitting in trance after offering oblations to the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Viṣṇu, whose tongue is the sacrificial fire. ।। 3-14-8 ।।

  4. 9

    दितिरुवाच एष मां त्वत्कृते विद्वन् काम आत्तशरासनः । दुनोति दीनां विक्रम्य रम्भामिव मतङ्गजः ।। ३-१४-९ ।।

    In that place the beautiful Diti expressed her desire: O learned one, Cupid is taking his arrows and distressing me forcibly, as a mad elephant troubles a banana tree. ।। 3-14-9 ।।

  5. 10

    तद्भवान् दह्यमानायां सपत्नीनां समृद्धिभिः । प्रजावतीनां भद्रं ते मय्यायुङ्क्तामनुग्रहम् ।। ३-१४-१० ।।

    Therefore you should be kind towards me by showing me complete mercy. I desire to have sons, and I am much distressed by seeing the opulence of my co-wives. By performing this act, you will become happy. ।। 3-14-10 ।।