antimā daśāṅgāni tenaiva ca tathārcanam
gandha-puṇyādibhis tac ca janaiḥ kāryam anāmataḥ
antimā—the end; daśāṅgāni—the ten aṅgas; tena—by that; eva—indeed; ca—and; tathā—so; arcanam—worship; gandha- puṣpādibhiḥ—with scents, flowers, and other offerings; tat—that; ca—and; janaiḥ—by the people; kāryam—to be done; anāmataḥ—worship.
At the end should be the ten aṅgas. Then the people should worship the Lord with scents, flowers, and other offerings.
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