या धृता मूर्ध्नि शर्वेण

सभार्यो जनकः प्रायाद्रामं राजीवलोचनम्।
पादौ प्रक्षाल्य विधिवत्तदपो मूर्ध्न्यधारयत्॥१-६-५१॥
sabhāryo janakaḥ prāyādrāmaṃ rājīvalocanam।
pādau prakṣālya vidhivattadapo mūrdhnyadhārayat॥1-6-51॥

Then, he along with the queen went to Rama with lotus-like eyes, washed His two feet in accordance with the rules, sprinkled that water on his head…

या धृता मूर्ध्नि शर्वेण ब्रह्मणा मुनिभिः सदा।
ततः सीतां करे धृत्वा साक्षतोदकपूर्वकम्॥१-६-५२॥
रामाय प्रददौ प्रीत्या पाणिग्रहविधानतः।
yā dhṛtā mūrdhni śarveṇa brahmaṇā munibhiḥ sadā।
tataḥ sītāṃ kare dhṛtvā sākṣatodakapūrvakam॥1-6-52॥
rāmāya pradadau prītyā pāṇigrahavidhānataḥ।

… [that water,] which has always been borne on the head by Shiva, Brahmā and Munis! Therefter, holding Sītā in his hand, with rice grains and water, gave her to Rāma observing pāṇigrahaṇa rules.

—श्रीमदध्यात्मरामायणे उमामहेश्वरसंवादे बालकाण्डे षष्ठः सर्गः
—śrīmadadhyātmarāmāyaṇe umāmaheśvarasaṃvāde bālakāṇḍe ṣaṣṭhaḥ sargaḥ

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