tam brahmana bhrgavah priyamana
ayajayan visvajita tri-nakam
tam—upon him (Bali Maharaja); brahmanah—all the brahmanas; bhrgavah—the descendants of Bhrgu Muni; priyamanah—being very pleased; ayajayan—engaged him in performing a sacrifice; visvajita—known as Visvajit; tri-nakam—the heavenly planets; jigisamanam—desiring to conquer; vidhina—according to regulative principles; abhisicya—after purifying; maha-abhisekena—by bathing him in a great abhiseka ceremony; maha-anubhavah—the exalted brahmanas.
The brahmana descendants of Bhrgu Muni were very pleased with Bali Maharaja, who desired to conquer the kingdom of Indra. Therefore, after purifying him and properly bathing him according to regulative principles, they engaged him in performing the yajna known as Visvajit.
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