- te ninīyodakaṁ sarve
- vilapya ca bhṛśaṁ punaḥ
- āplutā hari-pādābja-
te—all of them; ninīya—having offered; udakam—water; sarve—every one of them; vilapya—having lamented; ca—and; bhṛśam—sufficiently; punaḥ—again; āplutāḥ—took bath; hari-pādābja—the lotus feet of the Lord; rajaḥ—dust; pūta—purified; sarit—of the Ganges; jale—in the water.
Having lamented over them and sufficiently offered Ganges water, they bathed in the Ganges, whose water is sanctified due to being mixed with the dust of the lotus feet of the Lord.