ei ta' kahilun slokera 'sasti' sankhyaka artha
ara eka artha suna pramane samartha
ei ta'—thus; kahilun—I have explained; slokera—of the verse; sasti—sixty; sankhyaka—numbering; artha—imports; ara—another; eka—one; artha—import; suna—please hear; pramane samartha—quite fit for giving evidence.
"Now I have given sixty different meanings to the verse, and yet there is another meaning which is also very strongly evident.
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