|Canto 6: Prescribed Duties for Mankind||Chapter 1: The History of the Life of Ajāmila|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 6.1.66
yatas tataś copaninye
nyāyato 'nyāyato dhanam
kuṭumbaḿ manda-dhīr ayam
yataḥ tataḥ — wherever possible, however possible; ca — and; upaninye — he got; nyāyataḥ — properly; anyāyataḥ — improperly; dhanam — money; babhāra — he maintained; asyāḥ — of her; kuṭum-binyāḥ — possessing many sons and daughters; kuṭumbam — the family; manda-dhīḥ — bereft of all intelligence; ayam — this person (Ajāmila).
Although born of a brāhmaṇa family, this rascal, bereft of intelligence because of the prostitute's association, earned money somehow or other, regardless of whether properly or improperly, and used it to maintain the prostitute's sons and daughters.
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