vrksa yena katileha kichu na bolaya
sukana maileha kare pani na magaya
vrksa—a tree; yena—as; katileha—when it is cut; kichu na bolaya—does not say anything; sukana—drying up; maileha—if dying; kare—anyone; pani—water; na magaya—does not ask for.
"When a tree is cut down, it does not protest, and even when drying up, it does not ask anyone for water.
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