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CC Antya 6.39

“indra-sama aiśvarya, strī apsarā-sama
e saba bāndhite nārileka yāṅra mana
Synonyms: 
indra-sama — like the heavenly king, Indra; aiśvarya — material opulence; strī — wife; apsarā-sama — like an angel of heaven; e saba — all this; bāndhite — to bind; nārileka — was not able; yāṅra mana — whose mind.
Translation: 
“Raghunātha dāsa, our son, has opulences like Indra, the heavenly king, and his wife is as beautiful as an angel. Yet all this could not tie down his mind.