harih somam apayayat
vrsam aruhya girisah
saha devya yayau drastum
sri-badarayanih uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; vrsa-dhvajah—Lord Siva, who is carried by a bull; nisamya—hearing; idam—this (news); yosit-rupena—by assuming the form of a woman; danavan—the demons; mohayitva—enchanting; sura-ganan—unto the demigods; harih—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; somam—nectar; apayayat—caused to drink; vrsam—the bull; aruhya—mounting; girisah—Lord Siva; sarva—all; bhuta-ganaih—by the ghosts; vrtah—surrounded; saha devya—with Uma; yayau—went; drastum—to see; yatra—where; aste—stays; madhusudanah—Lord Visnu.
Sukadeva Gosvami said: The Supreme Personality of Godhead, Hari, in the form of a woman, captivated the demons and enabled the demigods to drink the nectar. After hearing of these pastimes, Lord Siva, who is carried by a bull, went to the place where Madhusudana, the Lord, resides. Accompanied by his wife, Uma, and surrounded by his companions, the ghosts, Lord Siva went there to see the Lord’s form as a woman.
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