suska-brahma-jnani, nahi krsnera 'sambandha'
sarva loka ninda kare, nindate nirbandha
suska—dry; brahma-jnani—impersonalist philosopher; nahi—there is not; krsnera—with Lord Krsna; sambandha—relationship; sarva—all; loka—persons; ninda kare—criticizes; nindate nirbandha—fixed in blaspheming.
One who is attached to dry speculative knowledge has no relationship with Krsna. His occupation is criticizing Vaisnavas. Thus he is situated in criticism.
Srila Bhaktisiddhanta Sarasvati Thakura has explained in his Anubhasya that the word nirbandha indicates that Ramacandra Puri had a steady desire to criticize others. Impersonalist Mayavadis who have no relationship with Krsna, who cannot take to devotional service and who simply engage in material arguments to understand Brahman regard devotional service to Krsna as karma-kanda, or fruitive activities. According to them, devotional service to Krsna is but another means for attaining dharma, artha, kama and moksa. Therefore they criticize the devotees for engaging in material activities. They think that devotional service is maya and that Krsna or Visnu is also maya. Therefore they are called Mayavadis. Such a mentality awakens in a person who is an offender to Krsna and His devotees.
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