bhāla-manda nāhi kaha, raha mauna dhari'
bujha, ki nā bujha,--ihā bujhite nā pāri
bhāla-manda—right or wrong; nāhi kaha—not speak; raha—keep; mauna—silence; dhari'-holding; bujha—understand; ki—or; nā—not; bujha—understand; ihā—this; bujhite—to understand; nā—not; pāri—I am able.
"You have simply been listening, fixed in Your silence. Since You do not say whether You think it is right or wrong, I cannot know whether You are actually understanding Vedānta philosophy or not."
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