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CC Antya 12.74


deha-mātra dhana tomāya kailuṅ samarpaṇa
tāhāṅ vikāi, yāhāṅ vecite tomāra mana”


deha — body; mātra — only; dhana — asset; tomāya — unto you; kailuṅ samarpaṇa — I have dedicated; tāhāṅ — there; vikāi — I sell; yāhāṅ — where; vecite — to sell; tomāra mana — your mind.


“I have only this body, and therefore I surrender it unto you. Now, if you wish, you may sell it anywhere you like. It is your property.”