tasyaiva me 'ghasya parÄvareÅo
vyÄsakta-cittasya gá¹heá¹£v abhÄ«ká¹£á¹am
yatra prasakto bhayam ÄÅu dhatte
tasya - his; eva - certainly; me - mine; aghasya - of the sinful; parÄ - transcendental; avara - mundane; Ä«Åaá¸¥ - controller, the Supreme Lord; vyÄsakta - overly attached; cittasya - of the mind; gá¹heá¹£u - to family affairs; abhÄ«ká¹£á¹am - always; nirveda-mÅ«laá¸¥ - the source of detachment; dvija-ÅÄpa - cursing by the brÄhmaá¹a; rÅ«paá¸¥ - form of; yatra - whereupon; prasaktaá¸¥ - one who is affected; bhayam - fearfulness; ÄÅu - very soon; dhatte - take place.
MahÄrÄja ParÄ«ká¹£it, although born in a family of great devotees, the PÄá¹á¸avas, and although securely trained in transcendental attachment for the association of the Lord, still found the allurement of mundane family life so strong that he had to be detached by a plan of the Lord. Such direct action is taken by the Lord in the case of a special devotee. MahÄrÄja ParÄ«ká¹£it could understand this by the presence of the topmost transcendentalists in the universe. The Lord resides with His devotees, and therefore the presence of the great saints indicated the presence of the Lord. The King therefore welcomed the presence of the great á¹á¹£is as a mark of favor of the Supreme Lord.