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CC Madhya 5.55


‘iṅha more kanyā dite karyāche aṅgīkāra
ebe ye nā dena, pucha iṅhāra vyavahāra’


iṅha — this gentleman; more — to me; kanyā — his daughter; dite — to give in charity; karyāche — has made; aṅgīkāra — promise; ebe — now; ye — indeed; — not; dena — he gives; pucha — kindly ask; iṅhāra — of him; vyavahāra — the behavior.


“This gentleman has promised to hand over his daughter to me, yet now he does not follow his promise. Please ask him about his behavior.”