Please note: The synonyms, translation and purport of this verse were composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
- bandhūn sa-dārān sa-sutān
- pāribarheṇa bhūyasā
- śrī-niketam anujñāpya
- śaṁsantaḥ prayayuḥ kratum
bandhūn—his relatives; sa-dārān—with their wives; sa-sutān—with their children; pāribarheṇa—with gifts; bhūyasā—opulent; vidarbha-kośala-kurūn—the leaders of the Vidarbha, Kośala and Kuru clans; kāśi-kekaya-sṛñjayān—also the Kāśīs, Kekayas and Sṛñjayas; sadasya—the officials of the sacrificial assembly; ṛtvik—the priests; sura-gaṇān—the various classes of demigods; nṛ—the humans; bhūta—ghostly spirits; pitṛ—forefathers; cāraṇān—and Cāraṇas, members of a class of minor demigods; śrī-niketam—from Lord Kṛṣṇa, the abode of the goddess of fortune; anujñāpya—taking leave; śaṁsantaḥ—praising; prayayuḥ—they departed; kratum—the sacrificial performance.
Translation and purport composed by disciples of Śrīla Prabhupāda
With opulent gifts he honored his relatives, including all their wives and children; the royalty of the Vidarbha, Kosala, Kuru, Kāśī, Kekaya and Sṛñjaya kingdoms; the officiating members of the assembly; and also the priests, witnessing demigods, humans, spirits, forefathers and Cāraṇas. Then, taking permission from Lord Kṛṣṇa, the shelter of the goddess of fortune, the various guests departed as they all chanted the glories of Vasudeva's sacrifice.