iti te ksvelitais tasya
sri-sukah uvaca—Sri Sukadeva Gosvami said; iti—thus; te—those demons; ksvelitaih—by speaking as if jokingly; tasyah—of Mohini-murti; asvasta—grateful, with faith; manasah—their minds; asurah—all the demons; jahasuh—laughed; bhava-gambhiram—although Mohini-murti was full of gravity; daduh—delivered; ca—also; amrta-bhajanam—the container of nectar.
Sri Sukadeva Gosvami continued: After the demons heard the words of Mohini-murti, who had spoken as if jokingly, they were all very confident. They laughed with gravity, and ultimately they delivered the container of nectar into Her hands.
The Personality of Godhead in His form of Mohini was certainly not joking but talking seriously, with gravity. The demons, however, being captivated by Mohini-murtiís bodily features, took Her words as a joke and confidently delivered the container of nectar into Her hands. Thus Mohini-murti resembles Lord Buddha, who appeared sammohaya sura-dvisam [SB 1.3.24]—to cheat the asuras. The word sura-dvisam refers to those who are envious of the demigods or devotees. Sometimes an incarnation of the Supreme Personality of Godhead cheats the atheists. Thus we see here that although Mohini-murti was speaking factually to the asuras, the asuras took Her words to be facetious. Indeed, they were so confident of Mohini-murtiís honesty that they immediately delivered the container of nectar into Her hands, as if they would allow Her to do with the nectar whatever She liked, whether She distributed it, threw it away or drank it Herself without giving it to them.
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