pūjayām āsa keśavam
brāhmaṇāṁś ca mahā-bhāgān
siddhārthān api bhaktitaḥ
mahā-abhiṣeka-vidhinā—by the regulative principles for bathing the Deity; sarva-upaskara-sampadā—by all the paraphernalia for worshiping the Deity; abhiṣicya—after bathing; ambara-ākalpaiḥ—with nice clothing and ornaments; gandha-mālya—with fragrant flower garlands; arhaṇa-ādibhiḥ—and with other paraphernalia to worship the Deity; tat-gata-antara-bhāvena—his mind saturated with devotional service; pūjayām āsa—he worshiped; keśavam—unto Kṛṣṇa; brāhmaṇān ca—and the brāhmaṇas; mahā-bhāgān—who were greatly fortunate; siddha-arthān—self-satisfied, without waiting for any worship; api—even; bhaktitaḥ—with great devotion.
Following the regulative principles of mahābhiṣeka, Mahārāja Ambarīṣa performed the bathing ceremony for the Deity of Lord Kṛṣṇa with all paraphernalia, and then he dressed the Deity with fine clothing, ornaments, fragrant flower garlands and other paraphernalia for worship of the Lord. With attention and devotion, he worshiped Kṛṣṇa and all the greatly fortunate brāhmaṇas who were free from material desires.
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