CC Madhya 25.195 (1975)
- prāyaścitta puchilā tiṅho paṇḍitera gaṇe
- tāṅrā kahe,-tapta-ghṛta khāñā chāḍa' prāṇe
prāyaścitta—atonement; puchilā—inquired; tiṅho—he; paṇḍitera gaṇe—among the learned scholars or brāhmaṇa-paṇḍitas in Vārāṇasī; tāṅrā kahe—they advised; tapta-ghṛta—hot clarified butter; khāñā—drinking; chāḍa'-give up; prāṇe—your life.
When Subuddhi Rāya consulted the learned brāhmaṇas at Vārāṇasī, asking them how his conversion to Mohammedanism could be counteracted, they advised him to drink hot ghee and give up his life.