O dear Hari, I am pleased with you, because you strictly adhered to truth in spite of your desire to be a Lord. Hence among the general public you will have a footing equal to mine. You will be honored too likewise.
Hereafter you will be separate from me having separate temples, installation of idols, festivals and worship.
This Brahma, grandfather for all people, is born of my right side. You, Visnu, are born of my left side.
Visnu is in any heart and I am in Visnu's heart.
Visnu has Tamas within but Sattva outside. He is the protector of the three worlds.
At my bidding, you (Visnu) will be worthy of respect in the three worlds.
There is no difference between you and Rudra.
If a devotee of Visnu hates me or if a devotee of Siva hates Visnu, both will incur curses and never realize reality
Without devotion to Visnu none will have devotion towards me.
As I wanted to be free and sportful, I had appointed you (Visnu) for the protection of good and the curbing of the wicked.
O Visnu, I formerly bestowed this unfailing discus (Sudarsana) and victory in battle on you.
At my bidding the discus (Sudarsana) shall always be rendered ineffective with regard to my people (i.e. Siva's devotees).
"O Rama, may there be welfare to you. Mention the boon you wish to have. O great king, may you be victorious.
For the attainment of your desires you shall hold this discus (Sudarsana) always. O Visnu, this is the best of all discuses.