CC Madhya 18.171
- kṣaṇeka ihāṅ vaisa, bāndhi’ rākhaha sabāre
- iṅhāke puchiyā, tabe māriha sabāre
kṣaṇeka—for some time; ihāṅ vaisa—sit down here; bāndhi’—arresting; rākhaha—keep; sabāre—all of us; iṅhāke puchiyā—after questioning Him; tabe—then; māriha sabāre—you can kill all of us.
“Sit down here for a while and keep us all under arrest. When the sannyāsī regains his senses, you can question Him. Then, if you like, you can kill us all.”