SB 10.84.49

tasyartvijo mahā-rāja
 ratna-kauśeya-vāsasaḥ
sa-sadasyā virejus te
 yathā vṛtra-haṇo ’dhvare
Synonyms: 
tasya — his; ṛtvijaḥ — priests; mahā-rāja — O great king (Parīkṣit); ratna — with jewels; kauśeya — silk; vāsasaḥ — and garments; sa — along with; sadasyāḥ — the officiating members of the assembly; virejuḥ — appeared effulgent; te — they; yathā — as if; vṛtra-haṇaḥ — of Lord Indra, the killer of Vṛtra; adhvare — in the sacrifice.
Translation: 
My dear Mahārāja Parīkṣit, Vasudeva’s priests and the officiating members of the assembly, dressed in silk dhotīs and jeweled ornaments, looked so effulgent that they seemed to be standing in the sacrificial arena of Indra, the killer of Vṛtra.