ittham dhrta-bhagavad-vrata aineyajina-vasasanusavanabhisekardra-kapisa-kutila-jata-kalapena ca virocamanah suryarca bhagavantam hiranmayam purusam ujjihane surya-mandale ’bhyupatisthann etad u hovaca.
ittham—in this way; dhrta-bhagavat-vratah—having accepted the vow to serve the Supreme Personality of Godhead; aineya-ajina-vasasa—with a dress of a deerskin; anusavana—three times in a day; abhiseka—by a bath; ardra—wet; kapisa—tawny; kutila-jata—of curling and matted hair; kalapena—by masses; ca—and; virocamanah—being very beautifully decorated; suryarca—by the Vedic hymns worshiping the expansion of Narayana within the sun; bhagavantam—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead; hiranmayam—the Lord, whose bodily hue is just like gold; purusam—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; ujjihane—when rising; surya-mandale—the sun globe; abhyupatisthan—worshiping; etat—this; u ha—certainly; uvaca—he recited.
Maharaja Bharata appeared very beautiful. He had a wealth of curly hair on his head, which was wet from bathing three times daily. He dressed in a deerskin. He worshiped Lord Narayana, whose body was composed of golden effulgence and who resided within the sun. Maharaja Bharata worshiped Lord Narayana by chanting the hymns given in the Rg Veda, and he recited the following verse as the sun rose.
The predominating Deity within the sun is Hiranmaya. Lord Narayana. He is worshiped by the Gayatri mantra: om bhur bhuvah svah tat savitur varenyam bhargo devasya dhimahi. He is also worshiped by other hymns mentioned in the Rg Veda, for instance: dhyeyah sada savitr-mandala-madhya-varti. Within the sun, Lord Narayana is situated, and He has a golden hue.
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