visvamitro ’bhavat tasmin
hota cadhvaryur atmavan
jamadagnir abhud brahma
vasistho ’yasyah sama-gah
visvamitrah—the great sage and mystic Visvamitra; abhavat—became; tasmin—in that great sacrifice; hota—the chief priest to offer oblations; ca—also; adhvaryuh—a person who recites hymns from the Yajur Veda and performs ritualistic ceremonies; atmavan—fully self-realized; jamadagnih—Jamadagni; abhut—became; brahma—acting as the chief brahmana; vasisthah—the great sage; ayasyah—another great sage; sama-gah—engaged as the reciter of the Sama Veda mantras.
In that great human sacrifice, Visvamitra was the chief priest to offer oblations, the perfectly self-realized Jamadagni had the responsibility for chanting the mantras from the Yajur Veda, Vasistha was the chief brahminical priest, and the sage Ayasya was the reciter of the hymns of the Sama Veda.
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