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CC Madhya 24.306


ei ta’ kahiluṅ ślokera ‘ṣaṣṭi’ saṅkhyaka artha
āra eka artha śuna pramāṇe samartha


ei ta’ — thus; kahiluṅ — I have explained; ślokera — of the verse; ṣaṣṭi — sixty; saṅkhyaka — numbering; artha — imports; āra — another; eka — one; artha — import; śuna — please hear; pramāṇe samartha — quite fit for giving evidence.


“Now I have given sixty different meanings of the verse, and yet there is another meaning which is also very strongly evident.