CC Madhya 20.146
- mukhya-gauṇa-vṛtti, kiṁvā anvaya-vyatireke
- vedera pratijñā kevala kahaye kṛṣṇake
mukhya—chief; gauṇa—secondary; vṛtti—meaning; kiṁvā—or; anvaya-vyatireke—directly or indirectly; vedera pratijñā—ultimate declaration of the Vedas; kevala—only; kahaye—speaks; kṛṣṇake—about Kṛṣṇa.
“When one accepts the Vedic literature by interpretation or even by dictionary meaning, directly or indirectly the ultimate declaration of Vedic knowledge points to Lord Kṛṣṇa.