TEXT 218
mahaiśvarya-yukta duṅhe--vadānya, brahmaṇya
sadācārī, satkulīna, dhārmikāgra-gaṇya
SYNONYMS
mahā-aiśvarya-yukta—very opulent in riches; duṅhe—both the brothers; vadānya—very magnanimous; brahmaṇya—devoted to brahminical culture; sat-ācārī—well-behaved; sat-kulīna—aristocratic; dhārmika-agra-gaṇya—on the top of the list of religious persons.
TRANSLATION
Both Hiraṇya Majumadāra and Govardhana Majumadāra were very opulent and magnanimous. They were well-behaved and devoted to brahminical culture. They belonged to an aristocratic family, and among religionists they were predominant.

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