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398 (04/04/1983) D


NIDRÁ TANDRÁ KRODHA ÁLASYA
DIIRGHA SÚTRATÁ BHAYA E SAB DOŚE CHAY

MAHÁN VYAKTIO
MAHÁN VYAKTIO
MAHÁN VYAKTIO
MAHÁN VYAKTIO
MAHÁN VYAKTIO ADHAH PÁTE JÁY
ADHAMERA KATHÁ BOLÁRI NAY
PARIIR NIKAT́E RAŃE HÁRÁR PARE
RÁJ KUMÁRERÁ GELO TEPÁNTARE
PAKŚIRÁJ GHOŔÁ JOT́ÁVÁR TARE

NÁ HOLE PARII DHARÁ VIŚAM DÁY
RÁJAKIIYA ROYÁVETE TÁRÁ METE
MÁNUŚE MÁNUŚ MÁNE NI KONO MATE
KÁRO BHÁLOBÁSÁ PELO NÁ TÁHÁRÁ
TOMÁKERI DÁPE BODHA HÁRÁY

BUDDHI HÁRIYE RAŃE HERE GIYE
DÁNAVER PÁSHE BANDII HOY
TÁRÁ ANDHA KÁRÁGÁRE KÁL KÁT́ÁY


Sleep, drowsiness, anger, lethargy,
procrastination and fear are the six enemies
of human kind, powerful vices.

Even great personalities may be degraded by these,
what to speak of common people.

The princes after being outwitted by the fairy
set out to an unknown destination.

They began to search for a magic horse
without which it was impossible to catch the fairy.
Inflated with royal vanity,
they didn't heed the needs of suffering human beings.
They couldn't win the love of their hearts.


They lost their common sense due to the spell of vanity.
They lost their intellect,


and were finally tricked into defeat in their quest,
and they became captives of the demon.

They languished away in a dark prison cell.

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Sleep, drowsiness
anger, lethargy
fear, procrastination
are the six enemies of human kind,
powerful vices.

Great personalities
may succumb to these,
what to speak
of common folk.

To unknown lands
the outwitted princes
set out in search
of a magic horse
to ensure the capture of the fairy thief.

But their royal pride
heeded not the pleas
of needy folk
whose love they could not win.

Due to vanity
they lost their sense
and fell captive
to a demon king.

In his dungeon cell
they sadly bemoaned
their painful plight
each passing day.






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