"Much of Indian (and any other metaphysics) is little more than an ingenious postponement of the stage when the philosopher has to admit that he does not know what he is talking about: and since what he is talking about is God Almighty, this admission is never altogether a surprise," - Aubrey Menen, "The Ramayana"

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