dadau kṛṣṇājinaṁ bhūmir
daṇḍaṁ somo vanaspatiḥ
dyauś chatraṁ jagataḥ pateḥ
dadau—gave, offered; kṛṣṇa-ajinam—the skin of a deer; bhūmiḥ—mother earth; daṇḍam—a brahmacārī’s rod; somaḥ—the moon-god; vanaḥ-patiḥ—the king of the forest; kaupīna—the underwear; ācchādanam—covering the body; mātā—His mother, Aditi; dyauḥ—the heavenly kingdom; chatram—an umbrella; jagataḥ—of the whole universe; pateḥ—of the master.
Mother earth gave Him a deerskin, and the demigod of the moon, who is the king of the forest, gave Him a brahma-daṇḍa [the rod of a brahmacārī]. His mother, Aditi, gave Him cloth for underwear, and the deity presiding over the heavenly kingdom offered Him an umbrella.
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