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CC Antya 12.20

Text

‘tina putra maruka śivāra, ekhana nā āila
bhokhe mari’ genu, more vāsā nā deoyāila’

Synonyms

tina putra — three sons; maruka — let them die; śivāra — of Śivānanda Sena; ekhana — here; āila — he does not come; bhokhe marigenu — I am dying from hunger; more — for Me; vāsā — residential place; deoyāila — he did not arrange.

Translation

“Śivānanda Sena has not arranged for My residence,” He complained, “and I am so hungry I could die. Because he has not come, I curse his three sons to die.”