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Title: 32 Mahabharata about Navadvipa
User: Swami Gaurangapada Date: 2006-07-17 13:48:39
suvarna-varno hemango, varangas candanangadi;
sannyasa-kric chamah santo, nishtha-santi-parayanah.
In the Vishnu-sahasra-nama-stotra, Dana-dharma 149.92, 75 Mahabharata it is said:
“In His early pastimes He appears as a householder with a golden complexion. His limbs are beautiful, and His body, smeared with the pulp of sandalwood, seems like molten gold. In His later pastimes He accepts the sannyasa order, and He is equipoised and peaceful. He is the highest abode of peace and devotion, for He silences the impersonalist nondevotees.”
Smritis about the golden age in Kali-yuga (10,000 years) brought by Lord Chaitanya (1486 AD to 11486 AD)