1. 11

    आभिषेचनिका भूमिराहरत्सकलौषधीः । गावः पञ्च पवित्राणि वसन्तो मधुमाधवौ ।‌। ८-८-११ ।।

    The land became a person and collected all the drugs and herbs needed for installing the Deity. The cows delivered five products, namely milk, yogurt, ghee, urine and cow dung, and spring personified collected everything produced in spring, during the months of Caitra and Vaiśākha [April and May]. ।‌। 8-8-11 ।।

  2. 12

    ऋषयः कल्पयाञ्चक्रुरभिषेकं यथाविधि । जगुर्भद्राणि गन्धर्वा नट्यश्च ननृतुर्जगुः ।‌। ८-८-१२ ।।

    The great sages performed the bathing ceremony of the goddess of fortune as directed in the authorized scriptures, the Gandharvas chanted all-auspicious Vedic mantras, and the professional women dancers very nicely danced and sang authorized songs prescribed in the Vedas. ।‌। 8-8-12 ।।

  3. 13

    मेघा मृदङ्गपणवमुरजानकगोमुखान् । व्यनादयन् शङ्खवेणुवीणास्तुमुलनिःस्वनान् ।‌। ८-८-१३ ।।

    The clouds in personified form beat various types of drums, known as mṛdaṅgas, paṇavas, murajas and ānakas. They also blew conchshells and bugles known as gomukhas and played flutes and stringed instruments. The combined sound of these instruments was tumultuous. ।‌। 8-8-13 ।।

  4. 14

    ततोऽभिषिषिचुर्देवीं श्रियं पद्मकरां सतीम् । दिगिभाः पूर्णकलशैः सूक्तवाक्यैर्द्विजेरितैः ।‌। ८-८-१४ ।।

    Thereafter, the great elephants from all the directions carried big water jugs full of Ganges water and bathed the goddess of fortune, to the accompaniment of Vedic mantras chanted by learned brāhmaṇas. While thus being bathed, the goddess of fortune maintained her original style, with a lotus flower in her hand, and she appeared very beautiful. The goddess of fortune is the most chaste, for she does not know anyone but the Supreme Personality of Godhead. ।‌। 8-8-14 ।।

  5. 15

    समुद्रः पीतकौशेयवाससी समुपाहरत् । वरुणः स्रजं वैजयन्तीं मधुना मत्तषट्पदाम् ।‌। ८-८-१५ ।।

    The ocean, which is the source of all valuable jewels, supplied the upper and lower portions of a yellow silken garment. The predominating deity of the water, Varuṇa, presented flower garlands surrounded by six-legged bumblebees, drunken with honey. ।‌। 8-8-15 ।।