rudram ca svena bhagena
hy upadhavat samahitah
somapan itaran api
sasnav avabhrtham tatah
rudram—Lord Siva; ca—and; svena—with his own; bhagena—share; hi—since; upadhavat—he worshiped; samahitah—with concentrated mind; karmana—by the performance; udavasanena—by the act of finishing; soma-pan—demigods; itaran—other; api—even; udavasya—after finishing; saha—along with; rtvigbhih—with the priests; sasnau—bathed; avabhrtham—the avabhrtha bath; tatah—then.
With all respect, Daksa worshiped Lord Siva with his share of the remnants of the yajna. After finishing the ritualistic sacrificial activities, he satisfied all the other demigods and the other people assembled there. Then, after finishing all these duties with the priests, he took a bath and was fully satisfied.
Lord Rudra, Siva, was properly worshiped with his share of the remnants of the yajna. Yajna is Visnu, and whatever prasada is offered to Visnu is offered to everyone, even to Lord Siva. Sridhara Svami also comments in this connection, svena bhagena: the remnants of the yajna are offered to all the demigods and others.
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