|Canto 7: The Science of God||Chapter 2: Hiranyakasipu, King of the Demons|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Srimad Bhagavatam 7.2.1
bhratary evam vinihate
paryatapyad rusha suca
sri-naradah uvaca -- Sri Narada Muni said; bhratari -- when the brother (Hiranyaksha); evam -- thus; vinihate -- was killed; harina -- by Hari; kroda-murtina -- in the form of the boar, Varaha; hiranyakasipuh -- Hiranyakasipu; rajan -- O King; paryatapyat -- was afflicted; rusha -- by anger; suca -- by grief.
Sri Narada Muni said: My dear King Yudhishthira, when Lord Vishnu, in the form of Varaha, the boar, killed Hiranyaksha, Hiranyaksha's brother Hiranyakasipu was extremely angry and began to lament.
Yudhishthira had inquired from Narada Muni why Hiranyakasipu was so envious of his own son Prahlada. Narada Muni began narrating the story by explaining how Hiranyakasipu had become a staunch enemy of Lord Vishnu.
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