CC Madhya 6.274 (1975)
- yadyapi tomāra artha ei śabde kaya
- tathāpi 'āśliṣya-doṣe' kahana nā yāya
yadyapi—although; tomāra—Your; artha—meaning; ei—this; śabde—by the word; kaya—is said; tathāpi—still; āśliṣya-doṣe—by the fault of ambiguity; kahana—to say; nā—not; yāya—possible.
"Although Your explanation is correct, it should not be used because there is ambiguity in the word 'mukti-pada.'