tirthe vipre vakya dilun,--kemate satya haya
stri, putra, jnati, bandhu janibe niscaya
tirthe—on pilgrimage; vipre—to a brahmana; vakya—word of honor; dilun—I have given; kemate—how; satya—true; haya—it is; stri—wife; putra—sons; jnati—relatives; bandhu—friends; janibe—will know; niscaya—certainly.
He began to think, "I have given my word to a brahmana in a holy place, and what I promised will certainly come to pass. I must now disclose this to my wife, sons, other relatives and friends."

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