'jānā' eta kailā,--ihā mui nāhi jānoṅ
bhavānandera putra-sabe ātma-sama mānoṅ
jānā—the prince; eta—such; kailā—has done; ihā—this; mui—I; nāhi jānoṅ—did not know; bhavānandera putra—the sons of Bhavānanda Rāya; sabe—all; ātma-sama mānoṅ—I considered like my relatives.
"The prince created this situation without my knowledge, but actually I consider all the sons of Bhavānanda Rāya to be like my relatives.
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