yathartha mulye ghoda laha, yeba baki haya
krame krame dibe, vyartha prana kene laya"
yatha-artha mulye—for the proper price; ghoda laha—accept the horses; yeba—whatever; baki haya—balance is due; krame krame—gradually; dibe—he will give; vyartha—unnecessarily; prana—his life; kene—why; laya—are you taking.
"It would be better to take the horses for a proper price and let him gradually repay the balance. Why are you killing him unnecessarily?"
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