om namo bhagavate maha-purusaya mahanubhavaya mahavibhuti-pataye saha maha-vibhutibhir balim upaharamiti; anenahar-ahar mantrena visnor avahanarghya-padyopasparsana-snana-vasa-upavita-vibhusana-gandha-puspa-dhupa-dipopaharady-upacaran susama-hitopaharet.
om—O my Lord; namah—obeisances; bhagavate—unto the Supreme Personality of Godhead, full with six opulences; maha-purusaya—the best of enjoyers; maha-anubhavaya—the most powerful; maha-vibhuti—of the goddess of fortune; pataye—the husband; saha—with; maha-vibhutibhih—associates; balim—presentation s; upaharami—I am offering; iti—thus; anena—by this; ahah-ahah—every day; mantrena—mantra; visnoh—of Lord Visnu; avahana—invocations; arghya-padya-upasparsana—water for washing the hands, feet and mouth; snana—water for bathing; vasa—garments; upavita—a sacred thread; vibhusana—ornaments; gandha—scents; puspa—flowers; dhupa—incense; dipa—lamps; upahara—gifts; adi—and so on; upacaran—presentations; su-samahita—with great attention; upaharet—she must offer.
“My Lord Visnu, full in six opulences, You are the best of all enjoyers and the most powerful. O husband of mother Laksmi, I offer my respectful obeisances unto You, who are accompanied by many associates, such as Visvaksena. I offer all the paraphernalia for worshiping You.” One should chant this mantra every day with great attention while worshiping Lord Visnu with all paraphernalia, such as water for washing His feet, hands and mouth and water for His bath. One must offer Him various presentations for His worship, such as garments, a sacred thread, ornaments, scents, flowers, incense and lamps.
This mantra is very important. Anyone engaged in Deity worship should chant this mantra, as quoted above, beginning with om namo bhagavate maha-purusaya.
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