jagur mahendrasanam ojasa sthitam
visvavasus tumburur asmad-adayah
gandharva-siddha rsayo ’stuvan muhur
vidyadharas capsarasas ca pandava
jaguh—sung of the glories; mahendra-asanam—the throne of King Indra; ojasa—by personal power; sthitam—situated on; visvavasuh—the chief singer of the Gandharvas; tumburuh—another Gandharva singer; asmat-adayah—including ourselves (Narada and others also glorified Hiranyakasipu); gandharva—the inhabitants of Gandharva-loka; siddhah—the inhabitants of Siddhaloka; rsayah—the great sages and saintly persons; astuvan—offered prayers; muhuh—again and again; vidyadharah—the inhabitants of Vidyadhara-loka; ca—and; apsarasah—the inhabitants of Apsaroloka; ca—and; pandava—O descendant of Pandu.
O Maharaja Yudhisthira, descendant of Pandu, by dint of his personal power, Hiranyakasipu, being situated on the throne of King Indra, controlled the inhabitants of all the other planets. The two Gandharvas Visvavasu and Tumburu, I myself and the Vidyadharas, Apsaras and sages all offered prayers to him again and again just to glorify him.
The asuras sometimes become so powerful that they can engage even Narada Muni and similar devotees in their service. This does not mean that Narada was subordinate to Hiranyakasipu. Sometimes, however, it so happens in this material world that great personalities, even great devotees, can also be controlled by the asuras.
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