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CC Madhya 16.171

Text

dhairya hañā uḍiyāke kahe namaskari’
‘tomā-sthāne pāṭhāilā mleccha adhikārī

Synonyms

dhairya hañā — becoming calm; uḍiyāke — to the representative of the Orissan government; kahe — says; namaskari’ — offering respect; tomā-sthāne — to your place; pāṭhāilā — has sent; mleccha — the Muslim; adhikārī — governor.

Translation

After calming down, the Muslim secretary offered his respects and informed the representative of the Orissan government, “The Muslim governor has sent me here.