tat tv arocata daityasya
tatranye ye ’suradhipah
sambaro ’ristanemis ca
ye ca tripura-vasinah
tat—all those words; tu—but; arocata—were very pleasing; daityasya—to Bali Maharaja; tatra—as well as; anye—others; ye—who were; asura-adhipah—the chiefs of the asuras; sambarah—Sambara; aristanemih—Aristanemi; ca—also; ye—others who; ca—and; tripura-vasinah—all the residents of Tripura.
The proposals submitted by King Indra were immediately accepted by Bali Maharaja and his assistants, headed by Sambara and Aristanemi, and by all the other residents of Tripura.
It appears from this verse that politics, diplomacy, the propensity to cheat, and everything that we find in this world in individual and social negotiations between two parties are also present in the upper planetary systems. The demigods went to Bali Maharaja with the proposal to manufacture nectar, and the Daityas, the demons, immediately accepted it, thinking that since the demigods were already weak, when the nectar was produced the demons would take it from them and use it for their own purposes. The demigods, of course, had similar intentions. The only difference is that the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Visnu, was on the side of the demigods because the demigods were His devotees, whereas the demons did not care about Lord Visnu. All over the universe there are two parties—the Visnu party, or God-conscious party, and the godless party. The godless party is never happy or victorious, but the God-conscious party is always happy and victorious.
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