- dhunvanta uttarāsaṅgān
- patiṁ vīkṣya cirāgatam
- uttarāḥ kosalā mālyaiḥ
- kiranto nanṛtur mudā
dhunvantaḥ—waving; uttara-āsaṅgān—the upper cloths covering the body; patim—the Lord; vīkṣya—seeing; cira-āgatam—returned after many years of banishment; uttarāḥ kosalāḥ—the citizens of Ayodhyā; mālyaiḥ kirantaḥ—offering Him garlands; nanṛtuḥ—began to dance; mudā—in great jubilation.
The citizens of Ayodhyā, upon seeing their King return after a long absence, offered Him flower garlands, waved their upper cloths, and danced in great jubilation.