vāyuś ca vāla-vyajane
dharmaḥ kīrtimayīṁ srajam
indraḥ kirīṭam utkṛṣṭaṁ
daṇḍaṁ saṁyamanaṁ yamaḥ
vāyuḥ—the demigod of air; ca—also; vāla-vyajane—two cāmaras made of hair; dharmaḥ—the King of religion; kīrti-mayīm—expanding one’s name and fame; srajam—garland; indraḥ—the King of heaven; kirīṭam—helmet; utkṛṣṭam—very valuable; daṇḍam—scepter; saṁyamanam—for ruling the world; yamaḥ—the superintendent of death.
The demigod of air, Vāyu, presented King Pṛthu with two whisks [cāmaras] of hair; the King of religion, Dharma, presented him with a flower garland which would expand his fame; the King of heaven, Indra, presented him with a valuable helmet; and the superintendent of death, Yamarāja, presented him with a scepter with which to rule the world.
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