CC Madhya 4.54
patharera simhasane thakura vasaila
bada eka pathara prsthe avalamba dila
A big stone was made into a throne, and the Deity was installed upon it. Another big stone was placed behind the Deity for support.
CC Madhya 4.55
gramera brahmana saba nava ghata laña
govinda-kundera jala anila chaniña
All the brahmana priests of the village gathered together with nine waterpots, and water from Govinda-kunda lake was brought there and filtered.
CC Madhya 4.56
nava sata-ghata jala kaila upanita
nana vadya-bheri baje, stri-gana gaya gita
When the Deity was being installed, nine hundred pots of water were brought from Govinda-kunda. There were musical sounds of bugles and drums and the singing of women.
CC Madhya 4.57
keha gaya, keha nace, mahotsava haila
dadhi, dugdha, ghrta aila grame yata chila
During the festival at the installation ceremony, some people sang and some danced. All the milk, yogurt and clarified butter in the village were brought to the festival.
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