निविष्टयोस्तत्र महात्मनोस्तयो: ।
दधार पादाववनिज्य तज्जलं
सवृन्द आब्रह्म पुनद् यदम्बु ह ॥ ३६ ॥
niviṣṭayos tatra mahātmanos tayoḥ
dadhāra pādāv avanijya taj jalaṁ
sa-vṛnda ā-brahma punad yad ambu ha
tayoḥ — for Them; samānīya — bringing; vara — elevated; āsanam — seats; mudā — happily; niviṣṭayoḥ — who took Their seats; tatra — there; mahā-ātmanoḥ — of the greatest of personalities; tayoḥ — of Them; dadhāra — he took; pādau — the feet; avanijya — washing; tat — that; jalam — water; sa — together with; vṛndaḥ — his followers; ā-brahma — up to Lord Brahmā; punat — purifying; yat — which; ambu — water; ha — indeed.
Bali took pleasure in offering Them elevated seats. After They sat down, he washed the feet of the two Supreme Personalities. Then he took that water, which purifies the whole world even up to Lord Brahmā, and poured it upon himself and his followers.