- vavarṣa kāmān anyeṣāṁ
- parjanya iva dehinām
- dhanyaṁ yaśasyam āyuṣyaṁ
- kumārasya mahā-manāḥ
vavarṣa—showered, gave in charity; kāmān—all desirable things; anyeṣām—of others; parjanyaḥ—a cloud; iva—like; dehinām—of all living entities; dhanyam—with the desire for an increase of opulence; yaśasyam—an increase of reputation; āyuṣyam—and an increase of the duration of life; kumārasya—of the newly born child; mahā-manāḥ—the beneficent King Citraketu.
As a cloud indiscriminately pours water on the earth, the beneficent King Citraketu, to increase the reputation, opulence and longevity of his son, distributed like rainfall all desirable things to everyone.