keha anna magi' khaya, keha dugdhahara
ayacaka-jane ami diye ta' ahara
keha—someone; anna—food; magi'-begging; khaya—eats; keha—someone; dugdha-ahara—drinks milk; ayacaka-jane—a person who does not beg; ami—I; diye—supply; ta'-certainly; ahara—eatables.
"In this village a person can beg food from others and thus eat. Some people drink only milk, but if a person does not ask anyone for food, I supply him all his eatables.

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