सर्वदेवमयं देवमात्मानमयजन्मखै: ॥ २० ॥
śira ādāya barhiṣi
ātmānam ayajan makhaiḥ
pituḥ — of his father; kāyena — with the body; sandhāya — joining; śiraḥ — the head; ādāya — keeping; barhiṣi — upon kuśa grass; sarva-deva-mayam — the all-pervading Supreme Personality of Godhead, the master of all the demigods; devam — Lord Vāsudeva; ātmānam — who is present everywhere as the Supersoul; ayajat — he worshiped; makhaiḥ — by offering sacrifices.
Thereafter, Paraśurāma joined his father’s head to the dead body and placed the whole body and head upon kuśa grass. By offering sacrifices, he began to worship Lord Vāsudeva, who is the all-pervading Supersoul of all the demigods and of every living entity.