kāṣṭhera putalī yena kuhake nācāya
āpane nā jāne, putalī kibā nāce gāya!
kāṣṭhera putalī—a doll made of wood; yena—as; kuhake nācāya—magician causes to dance; āpane—personally; nā jāne—does not know; putalī—the doll; kibā—how; nāce—dances; gāya—sings.
"A wooden doll chants and dances according to the direction of a magician but does not know how he is dancing and singing.
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