supuá¹yaá¹ vyatanod yaÅaá¸¥
kalau - in this age of Kali; janiá¹£yamÄá¹ÄnÄm - of the conditioned souls who will take birth in the future; duá¸¥kha-Åoka-tamaá¸¥-nudam - to minimize their unlimited unhappiness and lamentation, which are caused by ignorance; anugrahÄya - just to show mercy; bhaktÄnÄm - to the devotees; su-puá¹yam - very pious, transcendental activities; vyatanot - expanded; yaÅaá¸¥ - His glories or reputation.
The Lordâs activities of saving the devotees and killing the demons (paritrÄá¹Äya sÄdhÅ«nÄá¹ vinÄÅÄya ca duá¹£ká¹tÄm) take place side by side. Ká¹á¹£á¹a actually appears for the deliverance of the sÄdhus, or bhaktas, but by killing the demons He shows them mercy also, for anyone killed by Ká¹á¹£á¹a is liberated. Whether the Lord kills or gives protection, He is kind to both the demons and the devotees.