SB 10.82.9

tatra snātvā mahā-bhāgā
 upoṣya su-samāhitāḥ
brāhmaṇebhyo dadur dhenūr
 vāsaḥ-srag-rukma-mālinīḥ
Synonyms: 
tatra — there; snātvā — bathing; mahā-bhāgāḥ — the greatly pious (Yādavas); upoṣya — fasting; su-samāhitāḥ — with careful attention; brāhmaṇebhyaḥ — to brāhmaṇas; daduḥ — they gave; dhenūḥ — cows; vāsaḥ — with garments; srak — flower garlands; rukma — gold; mālinīḥ — and necklaces.
Translation: 
At Samanta-pañcaka, the saintly Yādavas bathed and then observed a fast with careful attention. Afterward they presented brāhmaṇas with cows bedecked with garments, flower garlands and gold necklaces.