'aṁśa' nā kahiyā, kene kaha tāṅre 'aṅga'
'aṁśa' haite 'aṅga,' yāte haya antaraṅga
aṁśa—part; nā kahiyā—not saying; kene—why; kaha—you say; tāṅre—Him; aṅga—limb; aṁśa haite—than a part; aṅga—limb; yāte—because; haya—is; antaraṅga—more.
Why has Śrī Advaita been called a limb and not a part? The reason is that "limb" implies greater intimacy.
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