tāhā dekhi' dāmodara duḥkha pāya mane
balite nā pāre, bālaka niṣedha nā māne
tāhā dekhi'-seeing that; dāmodara—Dāmodara Paṇḍita; duḥkha pāya—gets unhappiness; mane—in his mind; balite nā pāre—could not say anything; bālaka—the boy; niṣedha—prohibition; nā māne—would not care for.
This was intolerable for Dāmodara Paṇḍita. He became greatly unhappy, but there was nothing he could say, for the boy would ignore his restrictions.
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