lobha ha-ila yavanera mudrā dekhiyā
rātre gaṅgā-pāra kaila dāḍukā kāṭiyā
lobha ha-ila—there was attraction for the money; yavanera—of the meat-eater; mudrā dekhiyā—seeing the golden coins; rātre—at night; gaṅgā-pāra kaila—he got him across the Ganges; dāḍukā—shackles; kāṭiyā—breaking.
When the meat-eater saw the coins, he was attracted to them. He then agreed, and that night he cut Sanātana's shackles and let him cross the Ganges.
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