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CC Madhya 5.64

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada


tabe choṭa-vipra kahe, “śuna, mahājana
nyāya jinibāre kahe asatya-vacana


tabe—at that time; choṭa-vipra—the young brāhmaṇa; kahe—says; śuna—please hear; mahā-jana—all gentlemen; nyāya—the argument; jinibāre—to win; kahe—he says; asatya-vacana—untruthful statements.


At that time the young brāhmaṇa said, “My dear gentlemen, please hear. Just to gain victory in an argument, this man is lying.