āra keha saṅge nāhi, ei saṅge ekala
dhuturā khāoyāñā bāpe karila pāgala
āra—anyone; keha—else; saṅge—in company; nāhi—there was not; ei—this brāhmaṇa; saṅge—in company; ekala—alone; dhuturā—an intoxicant; khāoyāñā—making him eat; bāpe—my father; karila—made; pāgala—mad.
"There was no one besides this man with my father. Giving him an intoxicant known as dhuturā to eat, this rogue made my father mad.
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