CC Madhya 5.65
- ei vipra mora sevāya tuṣṭa yabe hailā
- ‘tore āmi kanyā diba’ āpane kahilā
ei vipra—this brāhmaṇa; mora—my; sevāya—by the service; tuṣṭa—fully satisfied; yabe—when; hailā—he was; tore—to you; āmi—I; kanyā—daughter; diba—shall give; āpane—of his own accord; kahilā—promised.
“Being very satisfied with my service, this brāhmaṇa said to me of his own accord, ‘I promise to hand over my daughter to you.’