gāyanti sāma sarahasyam ajasram īśam
yuṣmac-chikhā-vilulitāḥ sumano ’bhivṛṣṭīḥ
sarve bhajanty ṛṣi-gaṇā iva veda-śākhāḥ
śiṣyāḥ — disciples, followers; ime — these; bhagavataḥ — of your worshipable self; paritaḥ — surrounding; paṭhanti — are reciting; gāyanti — are singing; sāma — the Sāma Veda; sa-rahasyam — with the confidential portion; ajasram — incessantly; īśam — unto the Lord; yuṣmat — your; śikhā — from bunches of hair; vilulitāḥ — fallen; sumanaḥ — of flowers; abhivṛṣṭīḥ — showers; sarve — all; bhajanti — enjoy, resort to; ṛṣi-gaṇāḥ — sages; iva — like; veda-śākhāḥ — branches of Vedic literature.
Seeing the bumblebees following Pūrvacitti, Mahārāja Āgnīdhra said: My dear Lord, the bumblebees surrounding your body are like disciples surrounding your worshipable self. They are incessantly chanting the mantras of the Sāma Veda and the Upaniṣads, thus offering prayers to you. Just as great sages resort to the branches of Vedic literatures, the bumblebees are enjoying the showers of flowers falling from your hair.