|Canto 8: Withdrawal of the Cosmic Creations||Chapter 16: Executing the Payo-vrata Process of Worship|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 8.16.43
kṛtvā śirasi tac-cheṣāḿ
devam udvāsayet tataḥ
dvy-avarān bhojayed viprān
kṛtvā — taking; śirasi — on the head; tat-śeṣām — all the remnants (the water and flowers offered to the Deity); devam — unto the Deity; udvāsayet — should be thrown into a sacred place; tataḥ — thereafter; dvi-avarān — a minimum of two; bhojayet — should feed; viprān — brāhmaṇas; pāyasena — with sweet rice; yathā-ucitam — as each deserves.
After touching to one's head all the flowers and water offered to the Deity, one should throw them into a sacred place. Then one should feed at least two brāhmaṇas with sweet rice.
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