Srimad Bhagavatam Canto 10, Chapter 72, Text 17

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SB 10.72.17

te gatvatithya-velayam
 grhesu grha-medhinam
brahmanyam samayaceran
 rajanya brahma-linginah
Disguised as brahmanas, the royal warriors approached Jarasandha at home during the appointed hour for receiving guests. They submitted their entreaty to that dutiful householder, who was especially respectful to the brahminical class.
Srila Prabhupada writes: “King Jarasandha was a very dutiful householder, and he had great respect for the brahmanas. He was a great fighter, a ksatriya king, but he was never neglectful of the Vedic injunctions. According to Vedic injunctions, the brahmanas are considered to be the spiritual masters of all other castes. Lord Krsna, Arjuna and Bhimasena were actually ksatriyas, but they dressed themselves as brahmanas, and at the time when King Jarasandha was to give charity to the brahmanas and receive them as guests, they approached him.”
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