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Devanagari

Devanagari

अथ तार्क्ष्यसुतो ज्ञात्वा विराट्‌प्रभुचिकीर्षितम् ।
बबन्ध वारुणै: पाशैर्बलिं सूत्येऽहनि क्रतौ ॥ २६ ॥

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atha tārkṣya-suto jñātvā
virāṭ prabhu-cikīrṣitam
babandha vāruṇaiḥ pāśair
baliṁ sūtye ’hani kratau
atha tārkṣya-suto jñātvā
virāṭ prabhu-cikīrṣitam
babandha vāruṇaiḥ pāśair
baliṁ sūtye ’hani kratau

Synonyms

Synonyms

atha — thereafter; tārkṣya-sutaḥ — Garuḍa; jñātvā — knowing; virāṭ — the king of birds; prabhu-cikīrṣitam — the desire of Lord Viṣṇu as Vāmanadeva; babandha — arrested; vāruṇaiḥ — belonging to Varuṇa; pāśaiḥ — by the ropes; balim — Bali; sūtye — when soma-rasa is taken; ahani — on the day; kratau — at the time of sacrifice.

atha — a continuación; tārkṣya-sutaḥ — Garuḍa; jñātvā — que conocía; virāṭ — el rey de las aves; prabhu-cikīrṣitam — el deseo del Señor Viṣṇu en Su forma de Vāmanadeva; bavandha — arrestó; vāruṇaiḥ — pertenecientes a Varuṇa; pāśaiḥ — con las cuerdas; balim — a Bali; sūtye — en que se bebe soma-rasa; ahani — en el día; kratau — en el momento del sacrificio.

Translation

Translation

Thereafter, on the day of soma-pāna, after the sacrifice was finished, Garuḍa, king of the birds, understanding the desire of his master, arrested Bali Mahārāja with the ropes of Varuṇa.

A continuación, en el día de soma-pāna, una vez terminado el sacrificio, Garuḍa, el rey de las aves, que comprendía el deseo de su amo, arrestó a Bali Mahārāja atándole con las cuerdas de Varuṇa.

Purport

Purport

Garuḍa, the constant companion of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, knows the confidential part of the Lord’s desire. Bali Mahārāja’s tolerance and devotion were undoubtedly superexcellent. Garuḍa arrested Bali Mahārāja to show the entire universe the greatness of the King’s tolerance.

Garuḍa, the constant companion of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, knows the confidential part of the Lord’s desire. Bali Mahārāja’s tolerance and devotion were undoubtedly superexcellent. Garuḍa arrested Bali Mahārāja to show the entire universe the greatness of the King’s tolerance.