तोषयेदृत्विजश्चैव तद्विद्ध्याराधनं हरे: ॥ ५३ ॥
toṣayed ṛtvijaś caiva
tad viddhy ārādhanaṁ hareḥ
ācāryam — the spiritual master; jñāna-sampannam — very advanced in spiritual knowledge; vastra-ābharaṇa-dhenubhiḥ — with clothing, ornaments and many cows; toṣayet — should satisfy; ṛtvijaḥ — the priests recommended by the spiritual master; ca eva — as well as; tat viddhi — try to understand that; ārādhanam — worship; hareḥ — of the Supreme Personality of Godhead.
One should satisfy the spiritual master [ācārya], who is very learned in Vedic literature, and should satisfy his assistant priests [known as hotā, udgātā, adhvaryu and brahma]. One should please them by offering them clothing, ornaments and cows. This is the ceremony called viṣṇu-ārādhana, or worship of Lord Viṣṇu.