tasyanucaritam uparistad vistarisyate yasya bhagavan svayam akhila-jagad-gurur narayano dvari gada-panir avatisthate nija-jananukampita-hrdayo yenangusthena pada dasa-kandharo yojanayutayutam dig-vijaya uccatitah.
tasya—of Bali Maharaja; anucaritam—the narration; uparistat—later (in the Eighth Canto); vistarisyate—will be explained; yasya—of whom; bhagavan—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; svayam—personally; akhila-jagat-guruh—the master of all the three worlds; narayanah—the Supreme Lord, Narayana Himself; dvari—at the gate; gada-panih—bearing the club in His hand; avatisthate—stands; nija-jana-anukampita-hrdayah—whose heart is always filled with mercy for His devotees; yena—by whom; angusthena—by the big toe; pada—of His foot; dasa-kandharah—Ravana, who had ten heads; yojana-ayuta-ayutam—a distance of eighty thousand miles; dik-vijaye—for the purpose of gaining victory over Bali Maharaja; uccatitah—driven away.
Sukadeva Gosvami continued: My dear King, how shall I glorify the character of Bali Maharaja? The Supreme Personality of Godhead, the master of the three worlds, who is most compassionate to His own devotee, stands with club in hand at Bali Maharaja’s door. When Ravana, the powerful demon, came to gain victory over Bali Maharaja, Vamanadeva kicked him a distance of eighty thousand miles with His big toe. I shall explain the character and activities of Bali Maharaja later [in the Eighth Canto of Srimad-Bhagavatam].
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