CC Madhya 24.344
- ’sāmānya’ sad-ācāra, āra ‘vaiṣṇava’-ācāra
- kartavyākartavya saba ‘smārta’ vyavahāra
sāmānya—general; sat-ācāra—good behavior; āra—and; vaiṣṇava—of devotees of Lord Viṣṇu; ācāra—etiquette; kartavya-akartavya—things which are to be done and which are not to be done; saba—all; smārta—connected with regulative principles; vyavahāra—business.
“You should give general and specific descriptions of the behavior and activities of a Vaiṣṇava. You should outline things that are to be done and things that are not to be done. All this should be described as regulations and etiquette.