56. -"That which thus has been provided for the offering in the sacred place (the
temples) must be fetched by Pashupala (=herdsman: but here the title of a Shaiva priest; a
worshipper of Pashupati) from the store house of glorious (Somanatha): [if the restoration
of Somanatha is correct, then the store house mentioned above in verse 53 is that of the
great Temple] and be given (by him) to the person performing, the worship."
Verse 57. -"One manaka, of rice (chosha) and two pallikas (a
small measure) of Phaseolus mingo, as well as two Karshas of clarified butter and so forth
must be daily given (by the keeper of the store house) to the Pashupala for
offering." (The materials were, of course, intended for the daily Naivedya of the
Verse 58. -"(Even this) must be daily given for the
Naivedya offering; then that food must be carefully cooked by the pupil (batuka)."
Verse 59. -"After performing the declaration of
purpose (Sankalpya) the Pashupala must give that Naivedya and the bitakas to the pupil who
performs (the worship)."