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CC Madhya 6.131 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

TEXT 131

sūtrera artha bhāṣya kahe prakāśiyā
tumi, bhāṣya kaha--sūtrera artha ācchādiyā


sūtrera artha—meanings of the sūtras; bhāṣya—the purport; kahe—one speaks; prakāśiyā—clearly manifesting; tumi—you; bhāṣya kaha—make a comment; sūtrera—of the sūtras; artha—the meanings; ācchādiyā—covering.


"The meaning of the aphorisms in the Vedānta-sūtra contain clear purports in themselves, but other purports you presented simply covered the meaning of the sūtras like a cloud.


Please refer to Ādi-līlā, Seventh Chapter, verses 106-146, for an explanation of this verse.