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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 5.20.6
plakṣādiṣu pañcasu puruṣāṇām āyur indriyam ojaḥ saho balaḿ buddhir vikrama iti ca sarveṣām autpattikī siddhir aviśeṣeṇa vartate
plakṣa-ādiṣu — in the islands headed by Plakṣa; pañcasu — five; puruṣāṇām — of the inhabitants; āyuḥ — long duration of life; indriyam — soundness of the senses; ojaḥ — bodily strength; sahaḥ — mental strength; balam — physical strength; buddhiḥ — intelligence; vikramaḥ — bravery; iti — thus; ca — also; sarveṣām — of all of them; autpattikī — inborn; siddhiḥ — perfection; aviśeṣeṇa — without distinction; vartate — exists.
O King, longevity, sensory prowess, physical and mental strength, intelligence and bravery are naturally and equally manifested in all the inhabitants of the five islands headed by Plakṣadvīpa.
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