सर्वं हिरण्मयं त्वासीद् यत् किञ्चिच्चास्य शोभनम् ॥ २७ ॥
na tathānyo ’sti kaścana
sarvaṁ hiraṇmayaṁ tv āsīd
yat kiñcic cāsya śobhanam
maruttasya — of Marutta; yathā — as; yajñaḥ — performance of sacrifice; na — not; tathā — like that; anyaḥ — any other; asti — there is; kaścana — anything; sarvam — everything; hiraṇ-mayam — made of gold; tu — indeed; āsīt — there was; yat kiñcit — whatever he had; ca — and; asya — of Marutta; śobhanam — extremely beautiful.
The sacrificial paraphernalia of King Marutta was extremely beautiful, for everything was made of gold. Indeed, no other sacrifice could compare to his.