1. 6

    उदतिष्ठन्सदस्यास्ते स्वधिष्ण्येभ्यः सहाग्नयः । ऋते विरिञ्चं शर्वं च तद्भासाक्षिप्तचेतसः ।। ४-२-६ ।।

    Influenced by his personal bodily luster, all the fire-gods and other participants in that great assembly, with the exceptions of Lord Brahmā and Lord Śiva, gave up their own sitting places and stood in respect for Dakṣa. ।। 4-2-6 ।।

  2. 7

    सदसस्पतिभिर्दक्षो भगवान् साधु सत्कृतः । अजं लोकगुरुं नत्वा निषसाद तदाज्ञया ।। ४-२-७ ।।

    Dakṣa was adequately welcomed by the president of the great assembly, Lord Brahmā. After offering Lord Brahmā respect, Dakṣa, by the order of Brahmā, properly took his seat. ।। 4-2-7 ।।

  3. 8

    प्राङ्निषण्णं मृडं दृष्ट्वा नामृष्यत्तदनादृतः । उवाच वामं चक्षुर्भ्यामभिवीक्ष्य दहन्निव ।। ४-२-८ ‌।।

    Before taking his seat, however, Dakṣa was very much offended to see Lord Śiva sitting and not showing him any respect. At that time, Dakṣa became greatly angry, and, his eyes glowing, he began to speak very strongly against Lord Śiva. ।। 4-2-8 ।।

  4. 9

    श्रूयतां ब्रह्मर्षयो मे सह देवाः सहाग्नयः । साधूनां ब्रुवतो वृत्तं नाज्ञानान्न च मत्सरात् ।। ४-२-९ ।।

    All sages, brāhmaṇas and fire-gods present, please hear me with attention, for I speak about the manners of gentle persons. I do not speak out of ignorance or envy. ।। 4-2-9 ।।

  5. 10

    अयं तु लोकपालानां यशोघ्नो निरपत्रपः । सद्भिराचरितः पन्था येन स्तब्धेन दूषितः ।। ४-२-१० ।।

    Śiva has spoiled the name and fame of the governors of the universe and has polluted the path of gentle manners. Because he is shameless, he does not know how to act. ।। 4-2-10 ।।