evam ca parsadau visnoh
putratvam prapitau diteh
hrdi sthitena harina
vaira-bhavena tau hatau
evam—in this way; ca—also; parsadau—the two personal associates; visnoh—of Lord Visnu; putratvam—becoming the sons; prapitau—having gotten; diteh—of Diti; hrdi—within the core of the heart; sthitena—being situated; harina—by the Supreme Lord; vaira-bhavena—by conceiving as an enemy; tau—both of them; hatau—were killed.
Thus the two associates of Lord Visnu who had become Hiranyaksa and Hiranyakasipu, the sons of Diti, were both killed. By illusion they had thought that the Supreme Lord, who is situated in everyoneĺs heart, was their enemy.
The discourse concerning Lord Nrsimhadeva and Prahlada Maharaja began when Maharaja Yudhisthira asked Narada how Sisupala had merged into the body of Krsna. Sisupala and Dantavakra were the same Hiranyaksa and Hiranyakasipu. Here Narada Muni is relating how in three different births the associates of Lord Visnu were killed by Lord Visnu Himself. First they were the demons Hiranyaksa and Hiranyakasipu.
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