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CC Madhya 24.245

Text

mṛga-chāla cāha yadi, āisa mora ghare
yei cāha tāhā diba mṛga-vyāghrāmbare”

Synonyms

mṛga-chāla — deerskin; cāha yadi — if you want; āisa mora ghare — come to my place; yei cāha — whatever you want; tāhā — that; diba — I shall give; mṛga-vyāghra-ambare — whether a deerskin or a tiger skin.

Translation

“ ‘I have many skins, if you would like them. I shall give you either a deerskin or a tiger skin.’