sadya evāgatāṃs tatrā-
sadyaḥ eva—suddenly; āgatān—who had arrived; tatra—there; adrākṣam—I saw; cāru—attractive; catuḥ-bhujān—persons with four arms; śrīmat—of good fortune; kaiśora—youth; saundarya—beauty; mādhurya—and charm; vibhava—with the assets; ācitān—adorned.
77. Then suddenly I saw a group of attractive four-armed persons arrive, adorned with all the opulences of youth, charm, beauty, and good fortune.
Commentary: Some of the attendants who sang at Lord Śiva’s side as he danced had four arms also, but the newly arrived four-armed persons were exceptionally beautiful.
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