yasya kratuṣu gīrvāṇaiḥ
sadasyā ṛtvijo janāḥ
yasya—of whom (Mahārāja Ambarīṣa); kratuṣu—in sacrifices (performed by him); gīrvāṇaiḥ—with the demigods; sadasyāḥ—members for executing the sacrifice; ṛtvijaḥ—the priests; janāḥ—and other expert men; tulya-rūpāḥ—appearing exactly like; ca—and; animiṣāḥ—with unblinking eyes like those of the demigods; vyadṛśyanta—being seen; su-vāsasaḥ—well dressed with valuable garments.
In the sacrifice arranged by Mahārāja Ambarīṣa, the members of the assembly and the priests [especially hotā, udgātā, brahmā and adhvaryu] were gorgeously dressed, and they all looked exactly like demigods. They eagerly saw to the proper performance of the yajña.
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