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CC Madhya 6.134 (1975)

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada

Below is the 1996 edition text, ready to be substituted with the 1975 one using the compile form.

TEXT 134

mukhyārtha chāḍiyā kara gauṇārtha kalpanā
‘abhidhā’-vṛtti chāḍi’ kara śabdera lakṣaṇā


mukhya-artha—direct meaning; chāḍiyā—giving up; kara—you do; gauṇa-artha—indirect meaning; kalpanā—imagining; abhidhā-vṛtti—the meaning that is understood immediately; chāḍi’—giving up; kara—you do; śabdera—of the words; lakṣaṇā—interpretation.


“For each sūtra the direct meaning must be accepted without interpretation. However, you simply abandon the direct meaning and proceed with your imaginative interpretation.