CC Antya 9.52 (1975)
- 'dravya deha' rājā māge--upāya puchila
- 'yathārtha-mūlye ghoḍā laha', teṅha ta' kahila
dravya deha—pay the dues; rājā māge—the King asks; upāya—the means; puchila—inquired; yathā-artha-mūlye—at a proper price; ghoḍā laha—take the horses; teṅha ta' kahila—he replied.
Then he was told that the King demanded the money due him and asked what means he would adopt to pay it. "Kindly take my horses," he replied, "for a proper price.