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“Arbitrary and even fantastic as is the arrangement of Graevius, it is better to confine myself to that because it has been acknowledged, and will enable my readers to find the letters if they wish to do so.”
“Not so with men of thought, true many have been and are ambitious to leave a name behind them, but this is inocent if they wish to distinguish themselves by being useful to their race.”
“I would say to the readers of Scriptures, if they wish for a good book, read the Bhagvat-Geeta, an episode to the Mahabharat, said to have been written by Kreeshna Dwypayen Veias, -- known to have been written by, more than four thousand years ago, -- it matters not whether three or four, or when, -- translated by Charles Wilkins.”
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