īje ca yajñaṁ kratubhir
dravyaṁ mantro vidhir yajño
dharmo deśaś ca kālaś ca
sarvam etad yad ātmakam
īje—he worshiped; ca—also; yajñam—the Lord of sacrifices; kratubhiḥ—by great ritualistic performances; ātma-vit—fully conscious by self-realization; bhūri-dakṣiṇaiḥ—by giving large contributions to the brāhmaṇas; sarva-deva-mayam—consisting of all the demigods; devam—the Lord; sarva-ātmakam—the Supersoul of everyone; ati-indriyam—transcendentally situated; dravyam—ingredients; mantraḥ—chanting of the Vedic hymns; vidhiḥ—regulative principles; yajñaḥ—worshiping; yajamānaḥ—the performer; tathā—with; ṛtvijaḥ—the priests; dharmaḥ—religious principles; deśaḥ—the country; ca—and; kālaḥ—the time; ca—also; sarvam—everything; etat—all these; yat—that which is; ātmakam—favorable for self-realization.
The Supreme Personality of Godhead is not different from the auspicious aspects of great sacrifices, such as the ingredients of the sacrifice, the chanting of Vedic hymns, the regulative principles, the performer, the priests, the result of the sacrifice, the arena of sacrifice, and the time of sacrifice. Knowing the principles of self-realization, Māndhātā worshiped that transcendentally situated Supreme Soul, the Supreme Personality of Godhead, Lord Viṣṇu, who comprises all the demigods. He also gave immense charity to the brāhmaṇas, and thus he performed yajña to worship the Lord.
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