anyere anya kaha, nāhi tomāra jñāna
bhāratī-gosāñi kene paribena cāma
anyere—another; anya kaha—you talk of someone else; nāhi—there is not; tomāra—your; jñāna—knowledge; bhāratī—Brahmānanda Bhāratī; gosāñi—My spiritual master; kene—why; paribena—should wear; cāma—skin.
"You must be talking of someone else, for this is surely not Brahmānanda Bhāratī. You simply have no knowledge. Why should Brahmānanda Bhāratī wear a deerskin?"
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