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CC Antya 20.81

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


yāvat buddhira gati, tateka varṇiluṅ
samudrera madhye yena eka kaṇa chuṅiluṅ


yāvat—as far; buddhira gati—the limit of my intelligence; tateka—that far; varṇiluṅ—I have described; samudrera madhye—in the midst of the great ocean; yena—just like; eka kaṇa—one particle; chuṅiluṅ—I have touched.


I have tried to describe them as far as my intelligence allows, as if trying to touch a drop in the midst of a great ocean.