teṅho kahe,--"bāuli, kene maris kāndiyā?
maruka āmāra tina putra tāṅra bālāi lañā"
teṅho kahe—he said; bāuli—crazy woman; kene—why; maris—are you dying; kāndiyā—crying; maruka—let die; āmāra—my; tina—three; putra—sons; tāṅra—His; bālāi—inconveniences; lañā—taking.
Śivānanda Sena replied, "You crazy woman! Why are you needlessly crying? Let my three sons die for all the inconvenience we have caused Nityānanda Prabhu."
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