- bhagavantaṁ parikramya
- praṇipatyānumānya ca
- pratijagmuḥ pramuditāḥ
- śaṁsanto vaiṣṇavīṁ śriyam
bhagavantam—the Supreme Personality of Godhead; parikramya—after circumambulating; praṇipatya—after offering obeisances; anumānya—after learning; ca—and; pratijagmuḥ—returned; pramuditāḥ—extremely delighted; śaṁsantaḥ—glorifying; vaiṣṇavīm—of the Vaiṣṇavas; śriyam—opulence.
The sages circumambulated the Supreme Lord, offered their obeisances and returned, extremely delighted at learning of the divine opulences of the Vaiṣṇava.
It is still a respectful practice to circumambulate the Lord in Hindu temples. Especially in Vaiṣṇava temples there is an arrangement for people to offer their respects to the Deity and circumambulate the temple at least three times.