पुलकाचिताङ्ग औत्कण्ठ्यात्स्वाख्याने नाशकन्नृप ॥ ३५ ॥
svākhyāne nāśakan nṛpa
bhagavat — the Supreme Personality of Godhead; darśana — because of seeing; āhlāda — due to the joy; bāṣpa — with tears; paryākula — overflowing; īkṣaṇaḥ — whose eyes; pulaka — with eruptions; ācita — marked; aṅgaḥ — whose limbs; autkaṇṭhyāt — from eagerness; sva-ākhyāne — to announce himself; na aśakat — he was not able; nṛpa — O King.
The joy of seeing the Supreme Lord flooded Akrūra’s eyes with tears and decorated his limbs with eruptions of ecstasy. He felt such eagerness that he could not speak to present himself, O King.