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CC Antya 6.236

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 236

grāmya-kathā nā śunibe, grāmya-vārtā nā kahibe
bhāla nā khāibe āra bhāla nā paribe


SYNONYMS

grāmya-kathā—ordinary talks of common men; nā śunibe—never hear; grāmya-vārtā—ordinary news; nā kahibe—do not speak; bhāla—well; nā khāibe—do not eat; āra—and; bhāla—nicely; nā paribe—do not dress.


TRANSLATION

"Do not talk like people in general or hear what they say. You should not eat very palatable food, nor should you dress very nicely.