kiṁvā, doṅhā nā māniñā hao ta' pāṣaṇḍa
eke māni' āre nā māni,--ei-mata bhaṇḍa
kiṁvā—otherwise; doṅhā—both of Them; nā—not; māniñā—accepting; hao—you become; ta'-certainly; pāṣaṇḍa—atheist; eke—one of Them; māni'-accepting; āre—the other; nā māni—not accepting; ei-mata—this kind of faith; bhaṇḍa—hypocrisy.
"It would be better to be an atheist by slighting both brothers than a hypocrite by believing in one and slighting the other."
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