CC Madhya 6.192 (1975)
- kintu tumi artha kaile pāṇḍitya-pratibhāya
- ihā va-i ślokera āche āro abhiprāya
kintu—but; tumi—you; artha—meaning; kaile—have shown; pāṇḍitya—scholarly; pratibhāya—with prowess; ihā va-i—besides this; ślokera—of the verse; āche—there is; āro—another; abhiprāya—purport.
"My dear Bhaṭṭācārya, you have certainly explained this verse by the prowess of your vast learning, but you should know that, besides this scholarly explanation, there is another purport to this verse."