'vācāla kahiye--'veda-pravartaka' dhanya
'bāliśa'--tathāpi 'śiśu-prāya' garva-śūnya
vācāla—talkative; kahiye—I say; veda-pravartaka—one who can speak with the authority of the Vedas; dhanya—glorious; bāliśa—childish; tathāpi—still; śiśu-prāya—like a child; garva-śūnya—without pride.
"The word 'vācāla' is used to refer to a person who can speak according to Vedic authority, and the word 'bāliśa' means 'innocent.' Kṛṣṇa spoke the Vedic knowledge, yet He always presents Himself as a prideless, innocent boy.
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