CC Madhya 12.192 (1975)
- janma-kula-śīlācāra nā jāni yāhāra
- tāra saṅge eka paṅkti-baḍa anācāra
janma—birth; kula—family; śīla—character; ācāra—behavior; nā—not; jāni—I know; yāhāra—of whom; tāra saṅge—with him; eka paṅkti—in one line; baḍa anācāra—a great discrepancy.
"It is not proper for householders to dine with those whose previous birth, family, character and behavior are unknown."