स्तै: कल्पितस्वस्त्ययनोऽथ विप्रान् ।
प्रह्लादमामन्त्र्य नमश्चकार ॥ ७ ॥
taiḥ kalpita-svastyayano ’tha viprān
prahrādam āmantrya namaś-cakāra
evam — in this way; saḥ — he (Bali Mahārāja); vipra-arjita — gained by the grace of the brāhmaṇas; yodhana-arthaḥ — possessing equipment for fighting; taiḥ — by them (the brāhmaṇas); kalpita — advice; svastyayanaḥ — ritualistic performance; atha — as; viprān — all the brāhmaṇas (Śukrācārya and others); pradakṣiṇī-kṛtya — circumambulating; kṛta-praṇāmaḥ — offered his respectful obeisances; prahrādam — unto Prahlāda Mahārāja; āmantrya — addressing; namaḥ-cakāra — offered him obeisances.
When Mahārāja Bali had thus performed the special ritualistic ceremony advised by the brāhmaṇas and had received, by their grace, the equipment for fighting, he circumambulated the brāhmaṇas and offered them obeisances. He also saluted Prahlāda Mahārāja and offered obeisances to him.