हस्तपादौ पुमांस्ताभ्यां युक्तो याति करोति च ॥ १५ ॥
lubdhako ’ndhau tu me śṛṇu
hasta-pādau pumāṁs tābhyāṁ
yukto yāti karoti ca
vaiśasam — named Vaiśasa; narakam — hell; pāyuḥ — the working sense in the rectum; lubdhakaḥ — named Lubdhaka (very greedy); andhau — blind; tu — then; me — to me; śṛṇu — listen; hasta-pādau — hands and legs; pumān — the living entity; tābhyām — with them; yuktaḥ — being engaged; yāti — goes; karoti — works; ca — and.
When it is said that Purañjana goes to Vaiśasa, it is meant that he goes to hell. He is accompanied by Lubdhaka, which is the working sense in the rectum. Formerly I have also spoken of two blind associates. These associates should be understood to be the hands and legs. Being helped by the hands and legs, the living entity performs all kinds of work and moves hither and thither.