68--"Three Pure-minded shop-keepers must always personally provide garlands, coconut
and pairs of soft garments in the three royal processions of the glorious Lord
(In this verse Yugah is translated
as 'Pairs of gar lands' but it is conjectural. On such occasion as Shivaratri, it is quite
usual to adorn the streets with cloth.)
Verse 69. -"After the Pashupalaka has first worshipped
these five temples according to the manner (prescribed) for (the worship of) divine
Someshvara, he shall afterwards ascend the stairs (leading to the temple) of the glorious
deity." (This rule refers to Shivaratri.)
Verse 70. -"He (Tripurantaka) gave to the worshipful
Chaturjataka a dharmasthana" (land or money assigned for a religious purpose: Cf.
Verse 71. -"As he procured this Dharmasthana and this
grant (Shashana mentioned above) with pure self acquired property, the banner of his fame
which is connected with his temples, glitters brilliantly white like the full moon."