tato midhvamsam amantrya
bhuyas tad deva-yajanam
tatah—thereafter; midhvamsam—Lord Siva; amantrya—inviting; sunasirah—the demigods headed by King Indra; saha rsibhih—with all the great sages, headed by Bhrgu; bhuyah—again; tat—that; deva-yajanam—place where the demigods are worshiped; sa-midhvat—with Lord Siva; vedhasah—with Lord Brahma; yayuh—went.
Thereafter, Bhrgu, the chief of the great sages, invited Lord Siva to come to the sacrificial arena. Thus the demigods, accompanied by the sages, Lord Siva, and Lord Brahma, all went to the place where the great sacrifice was being performed.
The whole sacrifice arranged by King Daksa had been disturbed by Lord Siva. Therefore all the demigods present there, along with Lord Brahma and the great sages, specifically requested Lord Siva to come and revive the sacrificial fire. There is a common phrase, siva-hina-yajna: “Any sacrifice without the presence of Lord Siva is baffled.” Lord Visnu is Yajnesvara, the Supreme Personality in the matter of sacrifice, yet in each yajna it is necessary for all the demigods, headed by Lord Brahma and Lord Siva, to be present.
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