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Bhaktivedanta VedaBase: Śrīmad Bhāgavatam 11.29.32
naitad vijñāya jijñāsor
pītvā pīyūṣam amṛtaḿ
na — not; etat — this; vijñāya — fully understanding; jijñāsoḥ — of the inquisitive person; jñātavyam — matter to be understood; avaśiṣyate — remains; pītvā — having drunk; pīyūṣam — palatable; amṛtam — nectarean beverage; pātavyam — to be drunk; na — nothing; avaśiṣyate — remains.
When an inquisitive person comes to understand this knowledge, he has nothing further to know. After all, one who has drunk the most palatable nectar cannot remain thirsty.
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