kichu deya, kichu nā deya, nā kari vicāra
jānā'-sahita aprītye duḥkha pāila ei-bāra
kichu—some; deya—he pays; kichu—some; nā deya—he does not pay; nā kari vicāra—I do not consider; jānā sahita—with the prince; aprītye—due to some unfriendliness; duḥkha pāila—has gotten so much trouble; ei-bāra—this time.
"Gopīnātha Paṭṭanāyaka would collect some and pay some, spending it at will, but I would not consider this very seriously. This time, however, he was put in trouble because of a misunderstanding with the prince.
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