tvayoditaṁ śobhanam eva śobhane
anāhutā apy abhiyanti bandhuṣu
te yady anutpādita-doṣa-dṛṣṭayo
śrī-bhagavān uvāca—the great lord replied; tvayā—by you; uditam—said; śobhanam—is true; eva—certainly; śobhane—my dear beautiful wife; anāhutāḥ—without being invited; api—even; abhiyanti—go; bandhuṣu—among friends; te—those (friends); yadi—if; anutpādita-doṣa-dṛṣṭayaḥ—not finding fault; balīyasā—more important; anātmya-madena—by pride caused by identification with the body; manyunā—by anger.
The great lord replied: My dear beautiful wife, you have said that one may go to a friend’s house without being invited, and this is true, provided such a friend does not find fault with the guest because of bodily identification and thereby become angry towards him.
Lord Śiva could foresee that as soon as Sati reached her father’s house, her father, Dakṣa, being too puffed up because of bodily identification, would be angry at her presence, and although she was innocent and faultless, he would be mercilessly angry towards her. Lord Śiva warned that since her father was too puffed up by his material possessions, he would be angry, and this would be intolerable for her. Therefore it was better that she not go. This fact was already experienced by Lord Śiva because although Lord Śiva was faultless, Dakṣa had cursed him in so many harsh words.
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