64. -"Rejoicing in his heart, he purchased for money from the worshipful Chaturjataka
three excellent shops and presented (them as an endowment for his temples)."
Verse 65. -"The best among these, the illustrious chaturjataka
' who wears the garland Of faith in god Shiva, made over to the gardeners in exchange for
their daily furnishing the quantity of flowers (required) for the worship." (This was
apparently the remuneration for which the guild of the gardeners furnished the flowers.)
Verse 66. -"The merchants too (mahajanah = merchants;
in Gujarati too mahajana means the same) assigned from each shop one dramma in order to
provide the pavitraka and the vistarana at the festivals on the full-moon days of Chaitra
and Bhadrapada" (Visheshasthitake left out)
Verse 67. - At the Shivaratri (festival) the betelnuts for
the bitaka of the Chaturjataka must be furnished by the store house (of the temple of
Somanatha) and the leaves by the Mehara." (It is customary to offer pansupari to
officials or heads of towns and villages on the occasion of great festivals.