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Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Brigu is known for arrogance as he also kicked Vishnu on His chest in Vaikunta.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

Also see how GV Tagore translated those verses of Brigu's curse.

  1. ' 'Those who observe the vows to propitiate god Siva, and those that follow them, shall be the heretics and the opponents of true Sästras.

  2. They shall lose their (sense of) purity, shall be dullwitted. Thcy shall wear matted locks of hair and bones, and smear themselves with ashes. They shall enter the cult of Siva worship where winc shall be the divinity.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious Virabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruva (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Daksa insulted Siva).

Chapter 37 Rudra Samhita of Shiva Purana also says the same.

Regarding words of Brigu on wine, meat and flesh, Itit looks like they are alluding to esoteric and subtle Vamachara practices as described in this answer.

Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Brigu is known for arrogance as he also kicked Vishnu on His chest in Vaikunta.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious Virabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruva (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Daksa insulted Siva).

Chapter 37 Rudra Samhita of Shiva Purana also says the same.

Regarding words of Brigu on wine, meat and flesh, It looks like they are alluding to esoteric and subtle Vamachara practices as described in this answer.

Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Brigu is known for arrogance as he also kicked Vishnu on His chest in Vaikunta.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

Also see how GV Tagore translated those verses of Brigu's curse.

  1. ' 'Those who observe the vows to propitiate god Siva, and those that follow them, shall be the heretics and the opponents of true Sästras.

  2. They shall lose their (sense of) purity, shall be dullwitted. Thcy shall wear matted locks of hair and bones, and smear themselves with ashes. They shall enter the cult of Siva worship where winc shall be the divinity.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious Virabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruva (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Daksa insulted Siva).

Chapter 37 Rudra Samhita of Shiva Purana also says the same.

Regarding words of Brigu on wine, it looks like they are alluding to esoteric and subtle Vamachara practices as described in this answer.

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Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Brigu is known for arrogance as he also kicked Vishnu on His chest in Vaikunta.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious Virabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruva (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Daksa insulted Siva).

Chapter 37 Rudra Samhita of Shiva Purana also says the same.

Regarding words of Brigu on wine, meat and flesh, It looks like they are alluding to esoteric and subtle Vamachara practices as described in this answer.

Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Brigu is known for arrogance as he also kicked Vishnu on His chest in Vaikunta.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious Virabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruva (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Daksa insulted Siva).

Regarding words of Brigu on wine, meat and flesh, It looks like they are alluding to esoteric and subtle Vamachara practices as described in this answer.

Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Brigu is known for arrogance as he also kicked Vishnu on His chest in Vaikunta.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious Virabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruva (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Daksa insulted Siva).

Chapter 37 Rudra Samhita of Shiva Purana also says the same.

Regarding words of Brigu on wine, meat and flesh, It looks like they are alluding to esoteric and subtle Vamachara practices as described in this answer.

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Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Brigu is known for arrogance as he also kicked Vishnu on His chest in Vaikunta.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious VirabhadraVirabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruvcsruva (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Dak*aDaksa insulted Siva).

Regarding words of Brigu on wine, meat and flesh, It looks like they are alluding to esoteric and subtle Vamachara practices as described in this answer.

Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious Virabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruvc (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Dak*a insulted Siva).

Bhagavata Purana has nothing to do here. It was Brigu who spoke those words. Even Daksha cursed Shiva out of arrogance and ignorance. First Daksha cursed Shiva, as Shiva didn't stand when he came to hall and Nandi cursed Daksha and other Brahmanas. Brigu cursed Shiva and his devotees as a counter curse to Nandi's curse.

Brigu is known for arrogance as he also kicked Vishnu on His chest in Vaikunta.

Let's see before verse. SB 4.2.27 (translated by GV Tagore)

तस्यैवं वदतः शापं श्रुत्वा द्विज-कुलाय वै भृगुः प्रत्यसृजच् छापं ब्रह्म-दण्डं दुरत्ययम्

Hearing him pronounce this curse upon the Brähmana community ( as a whole ) , Bhrgu uttered a counter-curse which is an irrevocable punishment inflicted by Brahmanical power.

These are words of Brigu Rishi not words of Vyasa or Vishnu to take as granted. Even Rshis got deluded many times. As described in this answer, without will of Shiva, no sage can curse Shiva. Many sages and Devas in Daksha Yajna were deluded by Uma's Maya.

Later Shiva and His gaNAs punished all sages and Devas.

SB 4.5.19 says (translated by GV Tagore)

जुह्वतः स्रुव-हस्तस्य श्मश्रूणि भगवान् भवः भृगोर् लुलुञ्चे सदसि यो ’हसच् छ्मश्रु दर्शयन्

Glorious Virabhadra pulled out mustaches and the beard of Bhrgu, while he was offering the oblations with sruva (a ladle) in his hand, as he had laughed derisively in the as- sembly showing his beard (when Daksa insulted Siva).

Regarding words of Brigu on wine, meat and flesh, It looks like they are alluding to esoteric and subtle Vamachara practices as described in this answer.

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