|Canto 10: The Summum Bonum||Chapter 80: The Brāhmaṇa Sudāmā Visits Lord Kṛṣṇa in Dvārakā|
Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 10.80.25-26
kim anena kṛtaḿ puṇyam
śriyā hīnena loke 'smin
yo 'sau tri-loka-guruṇā
paryańka-sthāḿ śriyaḿ hitvā
pariṣvakto 'gra-jo yathā
kim — what; anena — by him; kṛtam — was done; puṇyam — pious activity; avadhūtena — unwashed; bhikṣuṇā — by the mendicant; śriyā — of prosperity; hīnena — who is deprived; loke — in the world; asmin — this; garhitena — condemned; adhamena — lowly; ca — and; yaḥ — who; asau — himself; tri — three; loka — of the planetary systems of the universe; guruṇā — by the spiritual master; śrī — of Lakṣmī, the supreme goddess of fortune; nivāsena — the abode; sambhṛtaḥ — served reverentially; paryańka — on her bed; sthām — seated; śrīyam — the goddess of fortune; hitvā — leaving aside; pariṣvaktaḥ — embraced; agra-jaḥ — an elder brother; yathā — as.
[The residents of the palace said:] What pious acts has this unkempt, impoverished brāhmaṇa performed? People regard him as lowly and contemptible, yet the spiritual master of the three worlds, the abode of Goddess Śrī, is serving him reverently. Leaving the goddess of fortune sitting on her bed, the Lord has embraced this brāhmaṇa as if he were an older brother.
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