Without first mentioning what is known, one should not introduce the unknown, for that which has no solid basis can never be established anywhere

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"Without first mentioning what is known, one should not introduce the unknown, for that which has no solid basis can never be established anywhere"

Sri Caitanya-caritamrta

CC Adi-lila

Without first mentioning what is known, one should not introduce the unknown, for that which has no solid basis can never be established anywhere.

Without first mentioning what is known, one should not introduce the unknown, for that which has no solid basis can never be established anywhere.

This is a verse from the Ekādaśī-tattva.