CC Madhya 18.227
- yei tarka kare ihāṅ, sei—‘mūrkha-rāja’
- āpanāra muṇḍe se āpani pāḍe vāja
yei tarka kare—one who simply argues; ihāṅ—in this matter; sei—that person; mūrkha-rāja—a great fool; āpanāra muṇḍe—on his own head; se—that person; āpani—himself; pāḍe vāja—strikes with a thunderbolt.
Whoever argues about this is a great fool. He intentionally and personally brings a thunderbolt down upon his head.