tato hasan sa bhagavan
asurair nirapatrapaih
anviyamanas tarasa
kruddho bhitah parapatat
tatah—then; hasan—laughing; sah bhagavan—the worshipful Lord Brahma; asuraih—by the demons; nirapatrapaih—shameless; anviyamanah—being followed; tarasa—in great haste; kruddhah—angry; bhitah—being afraid; parapatat—ran away.
The worshipful Brahma first laughed at their stupidity, but finding the shameless asuras close upon him, he grew indignant and ran in great haste out of fear.
Sexually inclined demons have no respect even for their father, and the best policy for a saintly father like Brahma is to leave such demoniac sons.

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