mamedam rsibhir dattam
iti tarhi sma manavah
syan nau te pitari prasnah
prstavan pitaram yatha
mama—my; idam—all these; rsibhih—by the great saintly persons; dattam—have been delivered; iti—thus; tarhi—therefore; sma—indeed; manavah—Nabhaga; syat—let there be; nau—of ourselves; te—your; pitari—unto the father; prasnah—an inquiry; prstavan—he also inquired; pitaram—from his father; yatha—as requested.
Nabhaga then said, “These riches belong to me. The great saintly persons have delivered them to me.” When Nabhaga said this, the black-looking person replied, “Let us go to your father and ask him to settle our disagreement.” In accordance with this, Nabhaga inquired from his father.
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