TEXT 92
tina mudrāra bhoṭa gāya, mādhukarī grāsa
dharma-hāni haya, loka kare upahāsa"
SYNONYMS
tina mudrāra bhoṭa—a woolen blanket costing three gold coins; gāya—on the body; mādhukarī grāsa—and practicing the mādhukarī system; dharma-hāni haya—that is a religious discrepancy; loka kare upahāsa—people will joke.
TRANSLATION
"It is contradictory to practice mādhukarī and at the same time wear a valuable blanket. One loses his spiritual strength by doing this, and one will also become an object for jokes."

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