Those who are rich, shall perform non–violent sacrifices like Vishnu–yag, and shall feed Brahmins and Sadhus in place of pilgrimage and on festival days.
અને ધનાઢય એવા જે ગૃહસ્થ સત્સંગી તેમણે હિંસાએ રહિત એવા જે વિષ્ણુસંબંધી યજ્ઞ તે કરવા તથા તીર્થને વિષે તથા દ્વાદશી આદિક પર્વને વિષે બ્રાહ્મણ તથા સાધુ તેમને જમાડવા.
Los titulares de la casa que están muy bien que hacer se realizan sacrificios Vaishnava no violenta (Yagnas) (donde no matanza de animales está involucrada). Ellos se alimentan los brahmanes y los ascetas en los lugares de peregrinación y también en los días propicios.
Now in two Shlokas tells something more for wealthy and prosperous householders. Here householders means those who have a wife. Non-violent means such not involving killing an animal. Such holy-fires to Lord Vishnu, which does not involve killing an animal. Great Rishis have said that this path is of such householders, who performs holy fire from their money and worships Lord of holy fire. The procedure and rituals of performing a non-violent holy fire has been given in Ashva megha Yagya Akhyan of Uparichar Vasu, in Moksha Dharm chapter of Mahabharat. One should refer to it. Shrines (Tirtha) means the sacred places of God, sacred areas, sacred rivers described in scriptures. Festive days means the days like lastday of a month, Sankranti (passing of a planet from a particular zodiac sign), the seventeenth astronomical union. etc days. On all such days, the brahmins and saints should be served with sumptuous food. Sadhu means a devotee with virtues of a saint. Herein, it is suggested that the fruit of offering sumptuous food to a brahmin or a saint is greater than a fruit of performing a holy-fire. Lord Vaikunthnath has said, 'The satisfaction offered to me by offering sumptuous food to a Brahmin or a saint is greater than a satisfaction given to me by performing holy-fire. Prithu has said that Bhagwan eats such food which has been offered with great faith by a Brahmin in a holy-fire. The searchers of Moksha Leave an agile and move towards an inert, but Bhagwan, in the manner being worshipped and pleased by sacred hymns from the mouth of a holy brahmin is not being worshipped and pleased at such extent by the mouth of a holy-fire.