pandita, vidagdha, yuva, dhana-dhanyavan
sata sata putra habe--cirayu, matiman"
pandita—learned; vidagdha—expert and humorous; yuva—young man; dhana-dhanyavan—very rich, possessing wealth and rice; sata sata—seven each; putra—sons; habe—you will have; cirayu—born with a long life; matiman—and intelligent.
"They will be learned, clever and young and possess abundant wealth and rice. Not only that, but you will each have seven sons, who will all live long lives and be very intelligent."
Generally it is the ambition of a young girl to have a very handsome husband who is learned, clever, young and rich. According to the Vedic culture, one is rich if he possesses a large stock of food grains and a very large number of animals. Dhanyena dhanavan gavaya dhanavan: one is rich if he possesses food grains, cows and bulls. A girl also desires to have many children, especially sons (putra) who are very intelligent and long-lived. Now because society has deteriorated there is propaganda to have one or two children and kill the rest by contraceptive methods. But the natural ambition of a girl is to possess not only more than one child but at least half a dozen.
In exchange for the paraphernalia of worship He usurped for Himself, Caitanya Mahaprabhu wanted to bless the girls to fulfill all their ambitions and desires. One can easily become happy and obtain the material benefits of a good husband, wealth, food grains and a number of nice children by worshiping Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Although Sri Caitanya Mahaprabhu accepted sannyasa at an early age, it is not necessary for His devotees to follow Him by also taking sannyasa. One can stay a householder, but one must be a devotee of Lord Caitanya Mahaprabhu. Then one will be happy, with all the material opulences of a good home, good children, good mate, good wealth and everything he desires. Therefore the sastras advise, yajnaih sankirtana-prayair yajanti hi su-medhasah (Bhag. 11.5.32). Every householder, therefore, who is actually intelligent should introduce the sankirtana movement home to home and live peacefully in this life and go back to Godhead in the next.
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