vindhyavalis tadagatya
patni jalaka-malini
aninye kalasam haimam
avanejany-apam bhrtam
vindhyavalih—Vindhyavali; tada—at that time; agatya—coming there; patni—the wife of Maharaja Bali; jalaka-malini—decorated with a necklace of pearls; aninye—caused to be brought; kalasam—a waterpot; haimam—made of gold; avanejani-apam—with water for the sake of washing the Lord’s feet; bhrtam—filled.
Bali Maharaja’s wife, known as Vindhyavali, who was decorated with a necklace of pearls, immediately came and had a large golden waterpot brought there, full of water with which to worship the Lord by washing His feet.

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