tasma ity upanitaya
yaksa-rat patrikam adat
bhiksam bhagavati saksad
umadad ambika sati
tasmai—unto Him (Lord Vamanadeva); iti—in this way; upanitaya—who had undergone His sacred thread ceremony; yaksa-rat—Kuvera, the treasurer of heaven and King of the Yaksas; patrikam—a pot for begging alms; adat—delivered; bhiksam—alms; bhagavati—mother Bhavani, the wife of Lord Siva; saksat—directly; uma—Uma; adat—gave; ambika—the mother of the universe; sati—the chaste.
When Vamanadeva had thus been given the sacred thread, Kuvera, King of the Yaksas, gave Him a pot for begging alms, and mother Bhagavati, the wife of Lord Siva and most chaste mother of the entire universe, gave Him His first alms.
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