1. 6

    अथाप्लुतोऽम्भस्यमले यथाविधि क्रियाकलापं परिधाय वाससी । चकार सन्ध्योपगमादि सत्तमो हुतानलो ब्रह्म जजाप वाग्यतः ।। १०-७०-६ ।।

    That most saintly of personalities would then bathe in sanctified water, dress Himself in lower and upper garments and perform the entire sequence of prescribed rituals, beginning with worship at dawn. After offering oblations into the sacred fire, Lord Kṛṣṇa would silently chant the Gāyatrī mantra. ।। 10-70-6 ।।

  2. 7

    उपस्थायार्कमुद्यन्तं तर्पयित्वाऽऽत्मनः कलाः । देवान् ऋषीन् पितॄन् वृद्धान् विप्रानभ्यर्च्य चात्मवान् ।। १०-७०-७ ।।

    Each day the Lord worshiped the rising sun and propitiated the demigods, sages and forefathers, who are all His expansions. The self-possessed Lord would then carefully worship His elders and the brāhmaṇas. ।। 10-70-7 ।।

  3. 8

    धेनूनां रुक्मश‍ृङ्गीणां साध्वीनां मौक्तिकस्रजाम् । पयस्विनीनां गृष्टीनां सवत्सानां सुवाससाम् ।। १०-७०-८ ।।

    To those well-attired brāhmaṇas He would offer herds of tame and peaceful cows with gold-plated horns and pearl necklaces. These cows were also dressed in fine cloth, and the fronts of their hooves were plated with silver. Providers of abundant milk, they had each given birth only once and were accompanied by their calves. ।। 10-70-8 ।।

  4. 9

    ददौ रूप्यखुराग्राणां क्षौमाजिनतिलैः सह । अलङ्कृतेभ्यो विप्रेभ्यो बद्वं बद्वं दिने दिने ।। १०-७०-९ ।।

    Daily the Lord gave many groups of 13,084 cows to the learned brāhmaṇas, together with linen, deerskins and sesame seeds. ।। 10-70-9 ।।

  5. 10

    गोविप्रदेवतावृद्धगुरून् भूतानि सर्वशः । नमस्कृत्यात्मसम्भूतीर्मङ्गलानि समस्पृशत् ।। १०-७०-१० ।।

    Lord Kṛṣṇa would offer obeisances to the cows, brāhmaṇas and demigods, His elders and spiritual masters, and all living beings — all of whom are expansions of His supreme personality. Then He would touch auspicious things. ।। 10-70-10 ।।