Prabhupāda: ". . . the Supreme Person with full power. That is misleading. You can show a little magic, as other magicians also can show . . ."
Pradyumna: "You can show a little magic, as other magicians can also show."
Prabhupāda: ". . . but you cannot show the full magic, as Kṛṣṇa displayed or Lord Rāmacandra displayed. Therefore your claim as a full power is completely false and blasphemous."
Pradyumna: "Therefore your claim for full power is completely false . . ."
Prabhupāda: ". . . and blasphemous." In this way find out.
Pradyumna: Completely Māyāvādī.
Pradyumna: Now someone may bring up the one point, they say: "Well, if an avatāra comes, if He must show all kinds of great opulences and powers," then he says: "sometimes the incarnation shows this, but sometimes, like when Lord Caitanya appeared, He didn't show viśvarūpa or . . ."
Prabhupāda: But He never claimed that "I am avatāra." But we understand from the śāstric evidence. He never claimed. Rather, when He was addressed as Kṛṣṇa He blocked His ears, "You don't say like that." He never claimed. He fully displayed Himself as a devotee, not Bhagavān. Therefore Gaurāṅgavāda is illegal. Gaurāṅga-nāgarī. That is illegal. Moha-vāda or something like that.
Pradyumna: Gaurāṅga-nāgarī, mentioning Lord Caitanya in the role of Kṛṣṇa dancing with the . . .
Prabhupāda: In this way, find out the faulty statement and give him proof. He can claim . . . hmm. That's all.