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CC Madhya 24.248

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His Divine Grace A.C. Bhaktivedanta Swami Prabhupada



TEXT 248

vyādha kahe,—“kibā dāna māgilā āmāre
ardha mārile kibā haya, tāhā kaha more“


SYNONYMS

vyādha kahe—the hunter replied; kibā dāna—what kind of charity; māgilā āmāre—have you begged from me; ardha mārile—in half-killing; kibā—what; haya—there is; tāhā—that; kaha more—kindly explain to me.


TRANSLATION

“The hunter replied, ‘My dear sir, what are you asking of me? What is wrong with the animals’ lying there half-killed? Will you please explain this to me?’