tato niraso durvasah
padam bhagavato yayau
vaikunthakhyam yad adhyaste
srinivasah sriya saha
tatah—thereafter; nirasah—disappointed; durvasah—the great mystic Durvasa; padam—to the place; bhagavatah—of the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Visnu; yayau—went; vaikuntha-akhyam—the place known as Vaikuntha; yat—wherein; adhyaste—lives perpetually; srinivasah—Lord Visnu; sriya—with the goddess of fortune; saha—with.
Thereafter, being disappointed even in taking shelter of Lord Siva, Durvasa Muni went to Vaikuntha-dhama, where the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Narayana, resides with His consort, the goddess of fortune.
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