brahmana-sajjana-nari, nana-dravye thali bhari'
aila sabe yautuka la-iya
yena kanca-sona-dyuti, dekhi' balakera murti,
asirvada kare sukha pana
brahmana—the respectful brahmanas; sat-jana—gentlemen; nari—ladies; nana—varieties; dravye—with gifts; thali—plates; bhari'-filled up; aila—came; sabe—all; yautuka—presentations; la-iya—taking; yena—like; kanca—raw; sona—gold; dyuti—glaring; dekhi'-seeing; balakera—of the child; murti—form; asirvada—blessings; kare—offered; sukha—happiness; pana—achieving.
All sorts of respectful brahmana gentlemen and ladies, carrying plates filled with various gifts, came with their presentations. Seeing the newborn child, whose form resembled natural glaring gold, all of them with happiness offered their blessings.
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