eta suni' lokera mane ha-ila samsaya
'sambhave,--dhana-lobhe loka chade dharma-bhaya'
eta suni'-hearing all this; lokera—of all the people; mane—in the minds; ha-ila—there was; samsaya—doubt; sambhave—possible; dhana-lobhe—by greed for money; loka—some man; chade—gives up; dharma-bhaya—religious principles.
Hearing all these statements, all the people gathered there became a little doubtful. They thought it quite possible that because of attraction for riches one might give up his religious principles.

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