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SB 7.15.63

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 63

kārya-kāraṇa-vastv-aikya-
darśanaṁ paṭa-tantuvat
avastutvād vikalpasya
bhāvādvaitaṁ tad ucyate


SYNONYMS

kārya—the result or effect; kāraṇa—the cause; vastu—substance; aikya—oneness; darśanam—observation; paṭa—the cloth; tantu—the thread; vat—like; avastutvāt—because of being ultimately unreality; vikalpasya—of differentiation; bhāva-advaitam—the conception of oneness; tat ucyate—that is called.


TRANSLATION

When one understands that result and cause are one and that duality is ultimately unreal, like the idea that the threads of a cloth are different from the cloth itself, one reaches the conception of oneness called bhāvādvaita.



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