tatah kavyadibhih sardham
daityanam danavanam ca
prahradam akarot patim
tatah—thereafter; kavya-adibhih—with Sukracarya and others; sardham—and with; munibhih—great saintly persons; kamala-asanah—Lord Brahma; daityanam—of all the demons; danavanam—of all the giants; ca—and; prahradam—Prahlada Maharaja; akarot—created; patim—the master or king.
Thereafter, along with Sukracarya and other great saints, Lord Brahma, whose seat is on the lotus flower, made Prahlada the king of all the demons and giants in the universe.
By the grace of Lord Nrsimhadeva, Prahlada Maharaja became a greater king than his father, Hiranyakasipu. Prahlada’s inauguration was performed by Lord Brahma in the presence of other saintly persons and demigods.
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