nisamya devah sva-bhatopavarnitam
pratyaha kim tan api dharmarajah
evam hatajno vihatan murarer
naidesikair yasya vase jano ’yam
sri-raja uvaca—the King said; nisamya—after hearing; devah—Lord Yamaraja; sva-bhata—of his own servants; upavarnitam—the statements; pratyaha—replied; kim—what; tan—unto them; api—also; dharma-rajah—Yamaraja, the superintendent of death and the judge of religious and irreligious activities; evam—thus; hata-ajnah—whose order was foiled; vihatan—who were defeated; murareh naidesikaih—by the order carriers of Murari, Krsna; yasya—of whom; vase—under the subjugation; janah ayam—all the people of the world.
King Pariksit said: O my lord, O Sukadeva Gosvami, Yamaraja is the controller of all living entities in terms of their religious and irreligious activities, but his order had been foiled. When his servants, the Yamadutas, informed him of their defeat by the Visnudutas, who had stopped them from arresting Ajamila, what did he reply?
Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti Thakura says that although the statements of the Yamadutas were fully upheld by Vedic principles, the statements of the Visnudutas were triumphant. This was confirmed by Yamaraja himself.
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