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CC Madhya 25.25 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


upaniṣadera karena mukhyārtha vyākhyāna
śuniyā paṇḍita-lokera juḍāya mana-kāṇa


upaniṣadera—of the Vedic version known as the Upaniṣads; karena—He does; mukhya-artha—the original meaning; vyākhyāna—explanation; śuniyā—hearing; paṇḍita-lokera—of the learned scholars; juḍāya—satisfies; mana-kāṇa—the minds and ears.


"Śrī Caitanya Mahāprabhu explains the direct meaning of the Upaniṣads. When all learned scholars hear this, their minds and ears are satisfied.