एवं रुदत्यां विजने कर्मठायां महावने |
सद्य एवाजगामापि तत्र कश्चिन्मृगाधिपः ||
विदारितास्यं तं सिंहं विद्युज्जिह्वं भयङ्करम् |
तीक्ष्णदंष्ट्रकरालञ्च गर्जन्तञ्च मुहुर्मुहुः ||
विलोक्य यवनः सोपि प्राणरक्षणतत्परः |
दुद्राव सहसा भीतो दुष्टो नष्टमनोरथः ||
तत्रैवान्तरधात् सिह्मः कर्मठा विस्मिताsभवत् |
ध्यायन्ती चाश्रमं प्राप प्रह्लादवरदं प्रभुम् ||
एवं भ्हक्तसहायो हि स्म्रुतमात्रार्तिनाशनः |
तस्य देवस्य भक्तानां न दुःखं न भयं क्वचित् ||
Shri Sadguru continued
While Karmathabai was screaming like this in that desolate forest, a lion appeared there suddenly. That lion was roaring fiercely with a wide open mouth. With a very long tongue glittering with a ray of lightning and sharp teeth, the lion looked dreadful. Looking at that lion that wicked man who was a coward in nature, ran away his desires unfulfilled. The lion instantly dissapeared. Karmathabai was taken aback with surprise. Pondering upon Shri Narasimha the savior of Parahlada, she reached her ashram. Thus Bhagavan the never failing saviour of the bhaktas rushes for their rescue, the moment He is thought upon. Thus the bhaktas of Shri Bhagavan never face distress of fear.
Thus ends Chapter Five entitled 'Karmathabai Devi Charitam' of Book VI of Shri Vaishnava Samhita composed by Shri Shri Krishna Premi Swamigal.