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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


bhitare vairāgya, bāhire kare sarva-karma
dekhiyā ta' mātā-pitāra ānandita mana


bhitare—within his heart; vairāgya—complete renunciation; bāhire—externally; kare—does; sarva—all; karma—activities; dekhiyā—seeing; ta'-certainly; mātā-pitāra—of the father and mother; ānandita—satisfied; mana—the mind.


Raghunātha dāsa was inwardly completely renounced, even in family life, but he did not express his renunciation externally. Instead, he acted just like an ordinary businessman. Seeing this, his father and mother were satisfied.