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SB 7.13.39

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 39

kṣaumaṁ dukūlam ajinaṁ
cīraṁ valkalam eva vā
vase 'nyad api samprāptaṁ
diṣṭa-bhuk tuṣṭa-dhīr aham


SYNONYMS

kṣaumam—clothing made of linen; dukūlam—silk or cotton; ajinam—deerskin; cīram—loincloth; valkalam—bark; eva—as it is; —either; vase—I put on; anyat—something else; api—although; samprāptam—as available; diṣṭa-bhuk—because of destiny; tuṣṭa—satisfied; dhīḥ—mind; aham—I am.


TRANSLATION

To cover my body I use whatever is available, whether it be linen, silk, cotton, bark or deerskin, according to my destiny, and I am fully satisfied and unagitated.



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