1. 6

    नैच्छत्त्वमस्युत्पथग इति देवश्चुकोप ह । शूलमुद्यम्य तं हन्तुमारेभे तिग्मलोचनः ।। १०-८९-६ ।।

    But Bhṛgu refused his embrace, telling him, “You are a deviant heretic.” At this Lord Śiva became angry, and his eyes burned ferociously. ।। 10-89-6 ।।

  2. 7

    पतित्वा पादयोर्देवी सान्त्वयामास तं गिरा । अथो जगाम वैकुण्ठं यत्र देवो जनार्दनः ।। १०-८९-७ ।।

    He raised his trident and was about to kill Bhṛgu when Goddess Devī fell at his feet and spoke some words to pacify him. Bhṛgu then left that place and went to Vaikuṇṭha, where Lord Janārdana resides. ।। 10-89-7 ।।

  3. 8

    शयानं श्रिय उत्सङ्गे पदा वक्षस्यताडयत् । तत उत्थाय भगवान् सह लक्ष्म्या सतां गतिः ।। १०-८९-८ ।।

    There he went up to the Supreme Lord, who was lying with His head on the lap of His consort, Śrī, and kicked Him on the chest. The Lord then rose, along with Goddess Lakṣmī, as a sign of respect. ।। 10-89-8 ।।

  4. 9

    स्वतल्पादवरुह्याथ ननाम शिरसा मुनिम् । आह ते स्वागतं ब्रह्मन् निषीदात्रासने क्षणम् । अजानतामागतान् वः क्षन्तुमर्हथ नः प्रभो ।। १०-८९-९ ।।

    Coming down from His bedstead, that supreme goal of all pure devotees bowed His head to the floor before the sage and told him, ‘Welcome, brāhmaṇa. Please sit in this chair and rest awhile. Kindly forgive us, dear master, for not noticing your arrival.’ ।। 10-89-9 ।।

  5. 10

    अतीव कोमलौ तात चरणौ ते महामुने । इत्युक्त्वा विप्रचरणौ मर्दयन् स्वेन पाणिना ।। १०-८९-१० ।।

    O great sage, your feet are extremely delicate," saying this, devotees lovingly massages your feet with their own hand. ।। 10-89-10 ।।