CC Antya 9.26 (1975)
- 'āmāra ghoḍā grīvā nā phirāya ūrdhve nāhi cāya
- tāte ghoḍāra mūlya ghāṭi karite nā yuyāya'
āmāra ghoḍā—my horses; grīvā—the neck; nā phirāya—do not turn; ūrdhve—upward; nāhi cāya—do not look; tāte—because of this; ghoḍāra mūlya—the price of the horse; ghāṭi karite—to reduce; nā yuyāya—is not proper.
"Gopīnātha Paṭṭanāyaka said, 'My horses never turn their necks or look upward. Therefore the price for them should not be reduced.'