Bhagavad-gita As It Is 2.42-43. Illegal dealings and usurpation of power.

BGAII 2.42-23 It is known by now that both editors do not like Srila Prabhupada’s perfectly adequate expression “Poor fund of knowledge” and that is their prerogative. But to have the audacity to replace it with their own “small knowledge” (no word play here) is illegal and an outright affront to Srila Prabhupada. It also represents an usurpation of power. These types of dealings are serious matters with dire consequences for everyone. The same Guru Aparadha is repeated in the first sentence of the purport where “poor fund of knowledge” now becomes “ignorance.”

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