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CC Madhya 24.147

Text

“nirgranthāḥ” — avidyā-hīna, keha — vidhi-hīna
yāhāṅ yei yukta, sei arthera adhīna

Synonyms

nirgranthāḥ — nirgranthāḥ; avidyā-hīna — without ignorance; keha — some of them; vidhi-hīna — without following any regulative principles; yāhāṅ — wherever; yei — which; yukta — appropriate; sei arthera adhīna — comes under that different import.

Translation

“The word ‘nirgranthāḥ’ means ‘without ignorance’ and ‘devoid of rules and regulations.’ Whichever meaning fits may be applied.