1. 51

    दिशो नभः क्ष्मां विवरान् समुद्रान् लोकान् सपालांस्त्रिदिवं गतः सः । यतो यतो धावति तत्र तत्र सुदर्शनं दुष्प्रसहं ददर्श ।। ९-४-५१ ।।

    Just to protect himself, Durvāsā Muni fled everywhere, in all directions — in the sky, on the surface of the earth, in caves, in the ocean, on different planets of the rulers of the three worlds, and even on the heavenly planets — but wherever he went he immediately saw following him the unbearable fire of the Sudarśana cakra. ।। 9-4-51 ।।

  2. 52

    अलब्धनाथः स यदा कुतश्चित् सन्त्रस्तचित्तोऽरणमेषमाणः । देवं विरिञ्चं समगाद्विधातस्त्राह्यात्मयोनेऽजिततेजसो माम् ।। ९-४-४२ ।।

    With a fearful heart, Durvāsā Muni went here and there seeking shelter, but when he could find no shelter, he finally approached Lord Brahmā and said, “O my lord, O Lord Brahmā, kindly protect me from the blazing Sudarśana cakra sent by the Supreme Personality of Godhead.” ।। 9-4-52 ।।

  3. 53

    ब्रह्मोवाच स्थानं मदीयं सहविश्वमेतत्क्रीडावसाने द्विपरार्धसंज्ञे । भ्रूभङ्गमात्रेण हि सन्दिधक्षोः कालात्मनो यस्य तिरोभविष्यति ।। ९-४-५३ ।।

    Lord Brahmā said: At the end of the dvi-parārdha, when the pastimes of the Lord come to an end, Lord Viṣṇu, by a flick of His eyebrows, vanquishes the entire universe, including our places of residence. ।। 9-4-53 ।।

  4. 54

    अहं भवो दक्षभृगुप्रधानाः प्रजेशभूतेशसुरेशमुख्याः । सर्वे वयं यन्नियमं प्रपन्नाः मूर्ध्न्यर्पितं लोकहितं वहामः ।। ९-४-५४ ।।

    Such personalities as me and Lord Śiva, as well as Dakṣa, Bhṛgu and similar great saints of which they are the head, and also the rulers of the living entities, the rulers of human society and the rulers of the demigods — all of us surrender to that Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Viṣṇu, bowing our heads, to carry out His orders for the benefit of all living entities. ।। 9-4-54 ।।

  5. 55

    प्रत्याख्यातो विरिञ्चेन विष्णुचक्रोपतापितः । दुर्वासाः शरणं यातः शर्वं कैलासवासिनम् ।। ९-४-५५ ।।

    When Durvāsā, who was greatly afflicted by the blazing fire of the Sudarśana cakra, was thus refused by Lord Brahmā, he tried to take shelter of Lord Śiva, who always resides on his planet, known as Kailāsa. ।। 9-4-55 ।।