vidhaya kartsnyena ca tad
yad aha bhagavan bhavah
sandadhuh kasya kayena
vidhaya—executing; kartsnyena—all in all; ca—also; tat—that; yat—which; aha—was said; bhagavan—the Lord; bhavah—Siva; sandadhuh—executed; kasya—of the living (Daksa); kayena—with the body; savaniya—meant for sacrifice; pasoh—of the animal; sirah—head.
After everything was executed exactly as directed by Lord Siva, Daksa’s body was joined to the head of the animal meant to be killed in the sacrifice.
This time, all the demigods and great sages were very careful not to irritate Lord Siva. Therefore whatever he asked was done. It is specifically said here that Daksa’s body was joined to the head of an animal (a goat).
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