dui-lakṣa kāhana tāra ṭhāñi bākī ha-ila
dui-lakṣa kāhana kauḍi rājā ta' māgila
dui-lakṣa—200,000 kāhanas of kauḍis (one kāhana equals 1280 kauḍis); tāra ṭhāñi—from him; bākī ha-ila—there was a balance due; dui-lakṣa kāhana—200,000 kāhanas; kauḍi—conchshells; rājā—the King; ta'-certainly; māgila—demanded.
"Once when he deposited the collection, however, a balance of 200,000 kāhanas of conchshells was due from him. Therefore the King demanded this sum.
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