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muktam girisam abhyaha
aho deva maha-deva
papo ’yam svena papmana
hatah ko nu mahatsv isa
jantur vai krta-kilbisah
ksemi syat kim u visvese
The Supreme Personality of Godhead then addressed Lord Girisa, who was now out of danger: “Just see, O Mahadeva, My lord, how this wicked man has been killed by his own sinful reactions. Indeed, what living being can hope for good fortune if he offends exalted saints, what to speak of offending the lord and spiritual master of the universe?”
According to Srila Visvanatha Cakravarti, this statement of Lord Visnu’s implies a mild scolding: “My dear possessor of unlimited vision, O you of clear intelligence, benedictions should not be given to wicked demons in this way. You could have been killed! But you were only concerned about saving this poor soul, so you disregarded what would happen to you as a result.” Thus, Acarya Visvanatha Cakravarti points out, Lord Narayana’s mild rebuke also highlighted Lord Siva’s exceptional compassion.