CC Madhya 5.62
- tomarā sakala loka karaha vicāre
- ‘mora pitāra kanyā dite yogya ki ihāre’
tomarā—you; sakala—all; loka—people; karaha—just make; vicāre—judgment; mora—my; pitāra—of the father; kanyā—the daughter; dite—to give in charity; yogya—befitting; ki—is it; ihāre—to him.
“All of you assembled here are gentlemen. Please judge whether it is befitting to offer this poor brāhmaṇa my father’s daughter.”