CC Antya 2.94
- “buddhi bhraṣṭa haila tomāra gopālera saṅge
- māyāvāda śunibāre upajila raṅge
buddhi—intelligence; bhraṣṭa—lost; haila—has been; tomāra—your; gopālera saṅge—in the association of Gopāla; māyāvāda śunibāre—to hear the commentary of Māyāvāda philosophy; upajila raṅge—has awakened the propensity.
“You have lost your intelligence in the association of Gopāla, and therefore you are eager to hear the Māyāvāda philosophy.