CC Madhya 25.40 (1975)
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- tān ahaṁ dviṣataḥ krūrān
- saṁsāreṣu narādhamān
- kṣipāmy ajasram aśubhān
- āsurīṣv eva yoniṣu
tān—all of them; aham—I; dviṣataḥ—those who are envious; krūrān—always willing to do harm; saṁsāreṣu—in this material world; nara-adhamān—the lowest of men; kṣipāmi—throw; ajasram—again and again; aśubhān—engaged in inauspicious acts; āsurīṣu—demoniac; eva—certainly; yoniṣu—in families.
" 'Those who are envious of My form, who are cruel and mischievous and lowest among men, are perpetually cast by Me into hellish existence in various demoniac species of life.'
This is also a quotation from Bhagavad-gītā (BG 16.19).