|Madhya-līlā||Chapter 16: The Lord's Attempt to Go to Vṛndāvana|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrī Caitanya Caritāmṛta Madhya 16.218
mahaiśvarya-yukta duńhe — vadānya, brahmaṇya
sadācārī, satkulīna, dhārmikāgra-gaṇya
mahā-aiśvarya-yukta — very opulent in riches; duńhe — both the brothers; vadānya — very magnanimous; brahmaṇya — devoted to brahminical culture; sat-ācārī — well behaved; sat-kulīna — aristocratic; dhārmika-agra-gaṇya — on the top of the list of religious persons.
Both Hiraṇya Majumadāra and Govardhana Majumadāra were very opulent and magnanimous. They were well behaved and devoted to brahminical culture. They belonged to an aristocratic family, and among religionists they were predominant.
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