evam sa viprarjita-yodhanarthas
taih kalpita-svastyayano ’tha vipran
prahradam amantrya namas-cakara
evam—in this way; sah—he (Bali Maharaja); vipra-arjita—gained by the grace of the brahmanas; yodhana-arthah—possessing equipment for fighting; taih—by them (the brahmanas); kalpita—advice; svastyayanah—ritualistic performance; atha—as; vipran—all the brahmanas (Sukracarya and others); pradaksini-krtya—circumambulating; krta-pranamah—offered his respectful obeisances; prahradam—unto Prahlada Maharaja; amantrya—addressing; namah-cakara—offered him obeisances.
When Maharaja Bali had thus performed the special ritualistic ceremony advised by the brahmanas and had received, by their grace, the equipment for fighting, he circumambulated the brahmanas and offered them obeisances. He also saluted Prahlada Maharaja and offered obeisances to him.
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