आचान्तं स्नापयां चक्रुर्गङ्गायां सह कृष्णया ॥ १९ ॥
caritvā te tam ṛtvijaḥ
ācāntaṁ snāpayāṁ cakrur
gaṅgāyāṁ saha kṛṣṇayā
patnī-saṁyāja — the ritual performed by the sponsor of the sacrifice and his wife consisting of oblations to Soma, Tvaṣṭā, the wives of certain demigods, and Agni; avabhṛthyaiḥ — and the rituals which solemnize the completion of the sacrifice; caritvā — having executed; te — they; tam — him; ṛtvijaḥ — the priests; ācāntam — having sipped water for purification; snāpayām cakruḥ — they had him bathe; gaṅgāyām — in the Ganges; saha — along with; kṛṣṇayā — Draupadī.
The priests led the King through the execution of the final rituals of patnī-saṁyāja and avabhṛthya. Then they had him and Queen Draupadī sip water for purification and bathe in the Ganges.