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CC Madhya 20.128

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 128

‘tumi kene duḥkhī, tomāra āche pitṛ-dhana
tomāre nā kahila, anyatra chāḍila jīvana“


tumi—you; kene—why; duḥkhī—distressed; tomāra—your; āche—there is; pitṛ-dhana—the riches of your father; tomāre—unto you; nā kahila—he did not disclose; anyatra—somewhere else; chāḍila—gave up; jīvana—his life.


“The astrologer asked, ‘Why are you unhappy? Your father was very wealthy, but he did not disclose his wealth to you because he died elsewhere.’