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CC Antya 6.225 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 225

vairāgī hañā kare jihvāra lālasa
paramārtha yāya, āra haya rasera vaśa


SYNONYMS

vairāgī hañā—being in the renounced order; kare—does; jihvāra—of the tongue; lālasa—lust; parama-artha—the goal of life; yāya—goes; āra—and; haya—becomes; rasera vaśa—dependent on taste.


TRANSLATION

"If a renunciant is eager for his tongue to taste different foods, his spiritual life will be lost, and he will be subservient to the tastes of his tongue.