The unimaginable God must be imaginable to Himself at least
  • sridatta1 January 2008
    The unimaginable God must be imaginable to Himself at least
    132) Karturapi jnanabhagavat taduhyam svasya sattaayai .

    (At least the author should know the unknown subject. Similarly, the unimaginable God must be imaginable to Himself at least so that the existence of any unknown item becomes valid).

    At least one should know the unknown entity, if it has to exist. If it is unknown to every one, such entity does not exist at all. When you say that an unknown subject exists, it means that all most all do not know it except one or two persons. If no body knows the subject including the author, it means such subject does not exist at all. Therefore, the unimaginable God must be imaginable to Himself at least so that the existence of unimaginable God becomes valid.