- iti vijñāpito devair
- bhagavān ātmabhūr nṛpa
- parito bhṛgu-dakṣādyair
- yayau daityeśvarāśramam
iti—thus; vijñāpitaḥ—informed; devaiḥ—by all the demigods; bhagavān—the most powerful; ātma-bhūḥ—Lord Brahmā, who was born from the lotus flower; nṛpa—O King; paritaḥ—being surrounded; bhṛgu—by Bhṛgu; dakṣa—Dakṣa; ādyaiḥ—and others; yayau—went; daitya-īśvara—of Hiraṇyakaśipu, the King of the Daityas; āśramam—to the place of austerity.
O King, being thus informed by the demigods, the most powerful Lord Brahmā, accompanied by Bhṛgu, Dakṣa and other great sages, immediately started for the place where Hiraṇyakaśipu was performing his penances and austerities.
Lord Brahmā was waiting for the austerities performed by Hiraṇyakaśipu to mature so that he could go there and offer benedictions according to Hiraṇyakaśipu's desire. Now, taking the opportunity of being accompanied by all the demigods and great saintly persons, Brahmā went there to award him the benediction he desired.