evam labdha-varo daityo
bibhrad dhemamayam vapuh
bhagavaty akarod dvesam
bhratur vadham anusmaran
evam—thus; labdha-varah—having obtained his desired boon; daityah—Hiranyakasipu; bibhrat—acquiring; hema-mayam—possessing the luster of gold; vapuh—a body; bhagavati—unto Lord Visnu, the Supreme Personality of Godhead; akarot—maintained; dvesam—envy; bhratuh vadham—the killing of his brother; anusmaran—always thinking of.
The demon Hiranyakasipu, having thus been blessed by Lord Brahma and having acquired a lustrous golden body, continued to remember the death of his brother and therefore be envious of Lord Visnu.
A demoniac person, in spite of acquiring all the opulences possible to obtain in this universe, continues to be envious of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
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