pujayam asa kesavam
brahmanams ca maha-bhagan
siddharthan api bhaktitah
maha-abhiseka-vidhina—by the regulative principles for bathing the Deity; sarva-upaskara-sampada—by all the paraphernalia for worshiping the Deity; abhisicya—after bathing; ambara-akalpaih—with nice clothing and ornaments; gandha-malya—with fragrant flower garlands; arhana-adibhih—and with other paraphernalia to worship the Deity; tat-gata-antara-bhavena—his mind saturated with devotional service; pujayam asa—he worshiped; kesavam—unto Krsna; brahmanan ca—and the brahmanas; maha-bhagan—who were greatly fortunate; siddha-arthan—self-satisfied, without waiting for any worship; api—even; bhaktitah—with great devotion.
Following the regulative principles of mahabhiseka, Maharaja Ambarisa performed the bathing ceremony for the Deity of Lord Krsna with all paraphernalia, and then he dressed the Deity with fine clothing, ornaments, fragrant flower garlands and other paraphernalia for worship of the Lord. With attention and devotion, he worshiped Krsna and all the greatly fortunate brahmanas who were free from material desires.
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