hotre ’dadad disam pracim
brahmane daksinam prabhuh
adhvaryave praticim va
uttaram samagaya sah
hotre—unto the hota priest, who offers oblations; adadat—gave; disam—direction; pracim—the whole eastern side; brahmane—unto the brahma priest, who supervises what is done in the sacrificial arena; daksinam—the southern side; prabhuh—Lord Ramacandra; adhvaryave—unto the adhvaryu priest; praticim—the whole western side; va—also; uttaram—the northern side; sama-gaya—unto the udgata priest, who sings the Sama Veda; sah—He (Lord Ramacandra).
Lord Ramacandra gave the entire east to the hota priest, the entire south to the brahma priest, the west to the adhvaryu priest, and the north to the udgata priest, the reciter of the Sama Veda. In this way, He donated His kingdom.
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