CC Madhya 18.217
- mleccha-deśa, keha kāhāṅ karaye utpāta
- bhaṭṭācārya—paṇḍita, kahite nā jānena bāt
mleccha-deśa—this is a country occupied by the Muslims; keha—anyone; kāhāṅ—anywhere; karaye utpāta—can create a disturbance; bhaṭṭācārya—Balabhadra Bhaṭṭācārya; paṇḍita—learned scholar; kahite—to speak; nā jānena—does not know; bāt—language.
“This country is mainly occupied by Muslims. At any place someone can create a disturbance, and although Your companion Balabhadra Bhaṭṭācārya is a learned scholar, he does not know how to speak the local language.”