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CC Madhya 24.96

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


ei cāri sukṛti haya mahā-bhāgyavān
tat-tat-kāmādi chāḍi' haya śuddha-bhaktimān


ei cāri—these four persons; sukṛti—pious men; haya—are; mahā-bhāgyavān—highly fortunate; tat-tat—those respective; kāma-ādi—aspirations; chāḍi '—giving up; haya—become; śuddha-bhaktimān—pure devotees.


"Because they have a pious background, all four types of people are to be considered greatly fortunate. Such people gradually give up material desires and become pure devotees.