SB 11.7.25

avadhūtaṁ dvijaṁ kañcic
 carantam akuto-bhayam
kaviṁ nirīkṣya taruṇaṁ
 yaduḥ papraccha dharma-vit
avadhūtam — the mendicant; dvijam — a brāhmaṇa; kañcit — a certain; carantam — wandering; akutaḥ-bhayam — without fear for any reason; kavim — learned; nirīkṣya — observing; taruṇam — young; yaduḥ — King Yadu; papraccha — inquired; dharma-vit — expert in religious principles.
Mahārāja Yadu once observed a certain brāhmaṇa avadhūta, who appeared to be quite young and learned, wandering about fearlessly. Being himself most learned in spiritual science, the King took the opportunity and inquired from him as follows.